Lagos - Titilope Alade-Bamgbala, Chief Executive Officer, Happy Boys Entertainment, a Lagos-based record label, on Monday advocated for songs that will impact positively on people.
Alade-Bamgbala, who made the call during an interview in Lagos, advised young and old musicians to record good songs that will affect lives positively.
He said that some new generation songs were discouraging, as they do not add value to life.
"Songs can affect life positively or negatively; youths are positively or negatively affected by the kind of music they listen to. Musicians in Nigeria must use lyrics to enhance the quality of life and not play music that is short of this,"he said.
Alade-Bamgbala explained that music can be used to maintain peaceful coexistence among the ethnic groups and unite the nation.
He said that the entertainment industry can be an alternative source of revenue generation for the country, if well harnessed.
According to him, "the industry is the second employer of labour; government should, therefore, utilise the opportunity in it to earn more revenue.’’
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