GOSPEL ACTS SHOULD STOP THE BICKERINGS - Deji Irawo
The Nigerian gospel music scene might just be on the verge of taking a new turn if the admonitions which emanated from the the 2nd edition of the Music and Entertainment Gospel Awards (MEGA) workshop convened by veteran journalist Femi Akintunde-Johnson popularly known as FAJ is to be adhered.
|Femi Akintunde- Johnson|
The participants comprised up and coming artistes, media executives, label owners. Also in attendance attendance were top acts like veteran musician and producer Broda Martyns, Lara George and one of the raves of the moment Florocka. Veteran music producer, Laolu Akins, Station manager of Radio continental Mr. Tokunbo Ojekunle, Music producer of note Wole Oni, video producers Akin Alabi and Mr Yinka Davis of ifocus productions.
The event was organised with the intention to tackle issues affecting the music industry particularly the gospel music sector. The topic of the session was "Why we create music" had veteran Broda Martyns as the moderator of the first session and Tokunbo Ojekunle as the moderator of the second session. The general theme of the workshop is "Re-inventing the creative force in the Nigeria music industry".