Nigerian hip hop artist Eva Alordiah has unleashed some harsh words for music artists in the industry who have continued to churn out poor lyrical content.
The Shuga crooner obviously isn’t happy with the fact that singers have refused to improve on their lyrics and took to Twitter to give them a piece of her mind.
Eva said that artists have allowed themselves to believe that mumbling incomprehensible words over beats equates to catching vibes and called it laziness.
So many artistes have allowed themselves believe that mumbling incomprehensible words over beats, with no lyrics is "catching a vibe".
As long as it keeps the rhythm eh?
You did not catch a Vibe.
You caught Laziness.
— Eva Alordiah #EnergyGiver 11:11 (@EvaAlordiah) December 12, 2019
Elohor Eva Alordiah was born on August 13, 1989, and is a Nigerian rapper, entertainer, makeup artist, fashion designer, and entrepreneur considered by many as one of the country’s best female rappers.
Eva has won several awards since her debut in the industry including one Nigeria Entertainment Award, one Eloy Award, one YEM Award amongst many nominations.
Born to Nigerian parents from Delta State, Eva was introduced to music by her mother who listened to musical recordings from the ‘70s and ‘80s. She has cited Michael Jackson, Bob Marley, Sade Adu, John Lennon, and Don Williams as her musical influences.
Eva made headlines on August 13, 2019, when she shared a post celebrating her birthday and also revealed that she had attempted suicide.
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