Not too long ago, a singing lady's video (Salle) went viral on some popular social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and the rest; whilst many praised her for her angelic voice, a few are anxious as to where this lady is likely to end up in if she's to pursue a career in the music industry.
Now, there have been rumours that some foreign record labels (including the ones in the US) have been making plans to sign the youngster; and after a critical review of what's at hand, below are 3 reasons why the youngster should not think of signing with any record label in the US:
1. She is more known in Nigeria compared to the US:
From the looks of things, it's quite obvious that Salle is more popular in Nigeria than in the United States of America; and as such, her moving to the United States of America to join a record label may not be the wisest of things to do.
2. The entertainment industry in Nigeria is favourable to upcoming youngsters in the music industry:
No kidding! People like Rema, Omah Lay, Ayra Starr, and others can bear witness to the fact that even though they're quite young, they have a very supportive fanbase.
Photo Credit: Rema and Aryra Starr, Vintage Photos
And knowing that she (Salle) falls within their category, she's likely to reach their level in no distant time.
3. Most Nigerian record labels are owned and managed by some of the most brightest minds in the entertainment industry:
The likes of Don Jazzy (CEO of Mavins Records Label) , Davido (CEO of DMW) and Olamide (CEO of YBNL) can bear witness to the fact that most of the artists whom signed under their record labels are doing well.
Photo Credit: Davido and Don Jazzy, Pinterest Images
Artists like Rema, Fireboy and Ayra Starr can bear witness to the fact the fact that the CEOs of their respective record labels played a very key role as regards their rise to fame.
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