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NIGERIA Peruzzi Under Fire for Naming Himself 2018’s Most Hardworking New Act

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Under Fire for Naming Himself 2018’s Most Hardworking New Act

2019 is still young but the number of controversies we have seen is getting interesting. Is it fair to say 2019 will have so many controversies? Well, it looks like it.

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While we are getting out of the Burna Boy coachella rant,  artiste,  has come under heavy criticism after he announced himself the most hardworking new act of 2018.

Earlier, Teni the Entertainer had swept the award of the Best New Artiste at the Soundcity MVP Awards and deservedly too but  thought differently and decided to name himself the most hardworking new act of 2018 which, well, kind of rubbed off wrongly with music fans across the country and they came for him in droves.

Some fans were quite sympathetic, reminding him that yes, he had a good 2018 himself but he was no match for Teni who had back to back hits and became quite a popular and influential figure that blended street with alte music. Teni could easily have been mistaken for an established act last year. That was how big she was.

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Peruzzi who is signed to Davido‘s  had a good year himself with collabs with Davido and his feature on 2Baba‘s viral “Amaka” song but he was not a match for Teni who won on the night.

What do you think? Was Peruzzi better than Teni in 2018? Did he deserve to win the award?

James

James Ogunjimi is a writer, music enthusiast, and public relations professional.He is the author of the novel, "A Wall Is Just A Wall" (Bahati Books, UK, 2018).As a PR professional, he's created content for brands like The Basement Gig, Premier Bet, Filmhouse Cinemas, Entefrica, Oxfam, Skyy Vodka, Aiteo, Aramide, etc.He lives for words and enjoys challenges. When he's not writing, he can often be found reading, dissing Chelsea and Arsenal as a loyal Manchester United fan, or pissing people off with unpopular opinions about politics.

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