…tells musicians to be creative.
By Richard Thomas, Ibadan
Ibadan based juju maestro Taiwo Omotunde has admonished Nigerian musicians to improve on their acts and add more value to their music in order to make the society patronise them.
Omotunde gave the admonition at the official launch of his 15th album, Elevation held at Mauve 21 Event centre Ring Road, Ibadan.
According to him, Nigerian’s musicians are improving by the day, but still need to improve on their acts to make the people further patronise them.
Omotunde who recently became governor of the Oyo State chapter of Performing Musician Association of Nigeria (PMAN) said success comes when the right things are done on ones projects.
With so much experience in the industry, the PMAN Governor urged musicians to be more creative so as to improve themselves and the Industry as a whole.
The hall of the event was filled to capacity with fans of Omotunde and array of high profile personalities in attendance.
Ambassador Yemi Farounbi, President of Gospel Musician Association of Nigera (GOMAN), Evangelist Funmi Aragbaye, former president of Freelance and Independent Broadcasters Association of Nigeria (FIBAN) Yemi Sonde among several high personalities graced the occasion.
Members of the various sections of the music body (PMAM) were also in attendance to celebrate the success of their Governor.
It was a moment of self fulfilment and actualisation for the vibrant and dynamic super musician as guests at the programme celebrated him in admiration.
Highlight of the occasion was the official launch of the album into music scene after which Omotunde mounted the stage to dazzle his guests with good music.