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My Nigger Get Rich’s state of music address

My Nigger Get Rich wants the music industry to leave the nastiness and rather let love lead.

Rapper My Nigger Get Rich has been on a positive roller coaster this week and he says he wants nothing but peace within the music industry. The rapper dedicated a message to his fellow artists saying that they should abandon hate and rather, they should focus on collaborating to build the industry.

“Why should we hate each other if we are all Namibian? We all have the same aim which is to put Namibia on the recognition map so let’s focus on positive things like talent and diversity,” he said.

Although My Nigger Get Rich admits that other countries having systems of artists not liking each other, the urges Namibians not to take part in this.

“Always remember your aim of producing music. I am My Nigger Get Rich and I also aim of producing music to educate the youth on how to get their prosperity and to tell them that they are human and they must get a purpose to living,” he said.

The rapper recently released his debut album where most of his songs have a message with songs like track two titled Educational Speech which is aimed to the youth to be aware of the negative things around them. My Nigger Get Rich also has a song titled Stop The Killing where the requests for Namibian public to stop killing people and animals because killing reduces the potential for a brighter Namibia.

My Nigger Get Rich concluded by urging the public most especially artists to have respect for each other.

“Before you talk or say something, humble and respect yourself. Once you do that, you will be able to love your neighbours as you love yourself,” he said.

My Nigger Get Rich is known for his vintage inspired fashion sense which includes high boots, beggy clothes and jewellery. His latest visuals on Youtube are of Popular Demand featuring Kalux.

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