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Nigerians Hail Me When I Talk About Nigeria But Don’t Support My Craft – Ruggedman



Popular rapper, Ruggedman has come out to lament about the lack of support for his craft.

He recently revealed that fans are quick to tag him for social issues but will never get involved when he drops his music.

According to him, it is sad that just a little number of people even bother to check on him to ask about his welfare.

He added that whenever he posts his views on societal problems, he gets lots of reactions, but the same people will always refuse to subscribe to his YouTube page.

His words, “I post your trouble, go out of my way to help you out of it and get 20k views. I ask you to click link in my bio and subscribe to my You Tube channel and struggle to get 1k subscribers.

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Michael Ugochukwu Stephens (born March 30, 1976), known professionally as Ruggedman, is a Nigerian rapper from Ohafia, Abia State.

A graduate of political science from Lagos State University, Ọ̀jọ́, Ruggedman started exploring music in 1999. He produced his own songs and released two tracks in 1999, both which were well-played on radio. Ruggedman launched himself into the music industry in 1999, eventually becoming the most featured rapper in Nigeria.

His albums are all released on his personal label, Rugged Records. Ruggedman has performed worldwide alongside international acts such as Sean Paul, Wyclef Jean, Akon, Maxi Priest, Kanye West, LL Cool J, T-Pain, and Nas.

Ruggedman’s record label, Rugged Records, signed its first act, singer MBRYO, in September 2012. MBRYO was featured on Ruggedman’s “Ruggedy Baba pt 2″, produced by Blaize Beatz. Money Making Music, Ruggedman’s 2012 album, is a collaboration with MBRYO as part of a promotion for the new artist, with guest appearances by Terry G and Funbi.

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