Heavy K’s tweet exposes the dirt in the music industry and calls for artistes equality 64

Heavy K has talked about something that the entire music industry was afraid to address for years and he has talked about it in the same time revealing how dirty some other artistes play just to see other artistes fail.

Heavy K’s tweet was generally addressed to Mzansi’s music industry where he was pleading and asking the industry to give each and every artiste a fair share opportunity while urging other artistes to stop buying airplay and/or blocking others from getting played.

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Heavy K wrote on twitter: “Dear SA Music Industry; May we please let the game be interesting again in 2019 & onwards, Stop buying airplay or blocking other artists from getting played! Let’s let the game be competitive again! there are so many talented artists who also deserve a chance too! Thank You.”


This tweet caused a ripple effect that saw some users agreeing with him that the music industry has been rigged to see some artistes prosper while others fail in the same light.

Singer, songwriter, TV presenter, Nandi Madida agreed with him and tweeted corroborating Heavy K’s tweet that indeed artistes pay to get other artistes blocked from getting airplay.

She wrote: Tweet of the year! And people wonder why I didn’t want to follow up after Skhanda Love, it’s a dirty game bro, I was told by someone who had worked in a radio station that artists pay to get other artists blocked from getting AirPlay. My heart bleeds for artists in SA.


People talking about this made Cassper Nyovest feel glad which might as well prove that indeed the music industry is as dirty to some extent as some people want to perceive it.


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