Hot Topic: Nivo Ti an upcoming Cameroonian artiste shames Anglophone critics of his works.
Written by Boris Ndicho on 3 September 2018
Thanks to social media , people now express their opinions freely without fear. It has been a worry as to why Anglophone Cameroonians do not support their artistes to grow.
It is visibly clear that Francophones are supportive to their artistes than the Anglophones . For decades, since the evolution of music, People have come to the realisation that music is not solely for pleasure but a tool by which people express and release emotions . It often carry messages that are relative to real life situations.
Nivo Ti is a fast rising talent that many young Cameroonians are looking up to. The smart artiste had composed a melodious song titled ” Marginalisation ” , expressing his thoughts and feelings following the ongoing crisis in Cameroon . His unbiased nature in this music track grabbed admiration from fans both at the national and international level. This particular song recorded 2,300 shares on his timeline .
He was opportune to have been granted an interview over CRTV, where he spoke fearlessly about the Anglophone crisis. Nivo Ti became furious and unhappy when some English Cameroonians stormed his page with insults calling him a perfidious fellow. According to them, Nivo Ti issued provocative statements during the interview . Never the less, he vividly replied to the insults stating that no one bought his EP to support his music but only know to criticise. Read his post here
Francophone artistes like Maahlox and Tenor have been organising grand concerts lately and had received support from their loyal Francophone fans. The reverse is true for the Anglophones. There have been a weighty debate and strong proposals from music lovers that Anglophone artistes should give a try before it fails by organising shows in Bamenda of the North West region of Cameroon. Do you think this can be a success?
It will speed up the game and impact lives of artistes if we start hiring live local musicians for our personal events weddings, graduation parties, child’s bar or bat mitzvahs, Sweet Sixteens, family reunions or get-togethers. Why not celebrate your anniversary by hiring a live musician to serenade your spouse at a romantic dinner or have a romantic dinner at home with a musician performing that you both love? Any kind of holiday or personal event can become lavish if you have live music. Book them well in advance, talk to them in person after a concert and find out their rates..
Nivo Ti is indeed an artiste to look up to. Enjoy his small “Nyango” charming song exclusively on ekwat radio and rate him…
Written by Ndicho Boris