Eedris Abdulkareem claims that his has nothing to do with boobs and sex

Veteran rapper Eedris Abdulkareem said his music doesn’t need to have sex, implied breasts to sell.

In an interview with The Nation, the rapper explained why he chose to only do conscious Afrobeat tunes.

“I do conscious music, my music must not talk about booty, boobs, or sex; my music must have value if it’s not adding value I’m not doing it,” he said.

The former member of the late hip hop group, Remedies, also took a peek at events in Kaduna State, in his recently released seventh studio album, “Nothing but the reality.”

During the album’s listening party in Lagos, Abdulkareem noted that the album is a wake-up call to political leaders across the country regarding the killings and injustices happening in the country.

On the 16-track album is Kaduna ’, a song that reflects the recent murders in the state. Frowning at killings in state, Abdulkareem said.

“I think that the governor of Kaduna should quickly wake up and protect the people of Kaduna before it gets too late. So he doesn’t come out in 2023 and tell us he wants to be a president, you are not a nationalist if you can’t protect your state.”


The “Jaga Jaga” star also plunged into the current crisis in Edo State with the album’s title “Edo”. He said, “If you really want to be a part of what’s going on in Edo State, come back to Nigeria, don’t stay for Europe Day, don’t make noise.”

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