Nigerian rapper, singer, and songwriter Cheque or Superboy Cheque who is currently signed to the record label "Penthauze music" owned by Nigerian indigenous rapper Phyno has expressed his opinion on people who don't like the genre of his music.
Cheque, formerly known as "Kyle B" addressed this issue in a recent tweet of his. Not long ago, the young star hinted that he would drop an album this year after his latest release "History" where he featured Fireboy DML.
He made this revelation in a tweet with a caption saying " I don’t care if anyone doesn’t like trap music in this country, I and my people will rule the world with it very soon....."
No one knows why he said this, but apparently, what might be the reason according to social media users is that rappers and artists who sing trap are not likely to make it big in the Nigerian music industry.
The speculators go further to say popular rappers who first came into the industry had to change their genre to become big artists. Hence, meaning that rapping or trapping is not appreciated in the industry.
However, most of his fans took to the comment section to show massive love for the young star.
While most of his fans showed unparalleled love and support, some also advised him to change his music genre if he wants to make it big in the industry.
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