“We need to enlighten Nigerians that models/vixens are not music video add-ons, prostitutes, or escorts rather we are the art expressing an artiste’s content” – Alamutu Abiola (@mz_nyra) “I feel our industry is evolving rapidly same as the music industry in Nigeria. I feel the need for a structure that treats us as professionals is needed for us to compete globally. By this I imply price, quality, time, recognition and most importantly RESPECT.
Our content is now being exported globally and the world is receiving it with open arms’. To progress, we would need stronger platforms to learn, enhance and transfer skills to upcoming models and vixens. We aint gon’ be here forever. We need to enlighten Nigerians that models/vixens are not music video add-ons, prostitutes, or escorts rather we are the art expressing an artiste’s content. It takes a lot more than a beautiful face or body to stand in front of a camera and interact.
To move forward, models/vixens and producers should always work with respect and professionalism so we don’t keep passing the wrong message to the society about our industry”- Alamutu Abiola (@mz_nyra) – One of the most successful hip-hop model / video vixen
Culled from Mystreetz Magazine, Harrysong Edition. On the column (Talking Issues)