Award-winning rapper, Ice Prince in a recent interview, talked about the acceptability of Nigerian music abroad, he said; “Nigerian music has gotten to a point where it is really, really blowing now. It is a huge market.”
When asked if he was pressurized to leave Nigeria to settle abroad, he told 105.1 FM ‘The Breakfast Club’ in New York City that;
“No. I have never had to leave. I still live in Nigeria. I just travel a lot, I’m just out there a lot because Nigerian music has gotten to a point where it is really, really blowing now. It is a huge market. Artistes are starting to make a lot of money.
From the business, there’s a lot more bigger shows. There’s corporate world getting involved, international companies getting involved, so stuff like that. So the market is getting bigger every day.”