He should simply record on CDs & distribute to kindergarten students” – Daniel Regha mocks artists’ new song

Aliya Moses
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Well-known Nigerian celebrity critic Daniel Regha recently made a derogatory comment on Carter Efe’s most recent song.

Regha dissed Carter Efe’s song on Twitter, saying that although it sounds fine, it is not real music.

Because the song teaches about the states and capitals of Nigeria, he suggested that it be suitable for usage in kindergartens and nurseries.

Regha then advised Efe to either release his songs on CDs to schools or collaborate with Alaba music marketers.

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He stated: “Carter Efe’s “Babypiano” sounds good; That’s n¤t real music, but it will be a great song for creche, plus kindergarten students who wish to learn about Nigeria States & Capital. He should simply record on CDs & distribute to schools, or team up with Alaba music marketers. No shades.”

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