British Music Channel, MTV & Other Radio Station In Nigeria Bans Naira Marley’s Songs

MTV Base, a major British music station, has purportedly banned Marlian music following the death of popular Nigerian musician Mohbad.

Splash FM 105.5 in Ibadan, Oyo State, has banned the music of Azeez Fashola, also known as Naira Marley.
Aderonke Adesola, a station presenter, stated in an X post that management has issued an indefinite ban on the CEO of Marlian Records’ music.

According to her, the station’s administration has placed Naira Marley’s songs on “Not to Be Broadcast” on the radio frequency.

“In view of the sensitive nature around the death of Mohbad and the criminal procedure, which the police have commenced, I will urge us all to exercise discretion.
  
“To this effect, Naira Marley’s songs now have Not To Be Broadcast (NTBB) on our station till further notice. This is with immediate effect. Thank you,” the post reads.

In response to the deceased singer’s previous label’s bullying and abuse, radio stations including as Splash FM in Ibadan, Oyo State and Fresh FM in Ado, Ekiti State banned Naira Marley tracks from all of their stations till further notice.

Ebonyi Broadcasting Television’s management also imposed an indefinite ban on Naira Marley songs, as well as the urgent evacuation of Marlian records from their studio.

Marlian Records has also been banned from Invicta FM’s airwaves. “In light of current details from the death of popular singer, Mohbad, Invicta 98.9 Fm has stoppedgiving airtime to any song by any artist from Naira Marley record label,” one of the statements says.

Naira Marley’s songs will also no longer be aired in radio stations like Island FM, Okin FM, Divine FM and Agidigbo. Top music channels like MTV Base and Soundcity have removed Malian playlists from their studio. At the filing of this report, Naira Marley have lost over 600, 000 thousand followers from his social media accounts.

Naira Marley, who broke company with MohBad in 2022, is accused of being involved in the killing of his former signee. However, he has refuted the claim.
ALSO, some youngsters flooded the streets of Abeokuta, Ogun State’s capital, yesterday to demand justice for the murder of the popular artist, who died last Tuesday.

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ALSO, some youngsters flooded the streets of Abeokuta, Ogun State’s capital, yesterday to demand justice for the murder of the popular artist, who died last Tuesday.

The youngsters gathered in large numbers at Abeokuta’s skating rink arena, wearing black and carrying banners with messages such as #JusticeForMohbad and #Who off Light, among others.


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