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Phyno, who is generally considered as an indigenous rapper, has weighed in on the ongoing talks about Nigerian rappers commercializing their music for profit. Phyno has come out to drop the “rapper” title, to adopt the title of “musician” which allows him diversify his music, without criticism from the Hiphop fans. He said in a recent interview with HipTV that;

“don’t call me a rapper. I’m a musician, I know music.”

Phyno and his partner in music, Olamidehave had fingers pointed at them as the front in rank of prodigal rappers. However, with the adoption of the”musician” title, Phyno would be hoping to go about his “commercial” music without hassle.

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"DON'T CALL ME A RAPPER, CALL ME A MUSICIAN"- @phynofino

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Phyno, who is generally considered as an indigenous rapper, has weighed in on the ongoing talks about Nigerian rappers commercializing their music for profit. Phyno has come out to drop the “rapper” title, to adopt the title of “musician” which allows him diversify his music, without criticism from the...