Radio DJs Found Creative Ways of Collecting Money For Airplay
Turning to Producing.... This is just another creative way for radio DJs to collect from artists to have their songs played on their shows.
In Jamaica there are a lot of radio DJs who are also producers and I might be wrong but I think its unfair for them to be playing their production during their shows.
Reason why am saying this is because, some of the song which they produced are not up to standards but they are forcing it on their listeners.
I understand that producers are charging artists somethings $70,000 up to $100,000 Jamaican dollars to record on their riddim. So there you go, Payola at work but only in a different form.FOR MORE OF NECO VIEWS CLICK HERE
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