Bino BT is the future of the industry – Manager

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Bino BT
Singer Bino BT has been rated as the future of the Nigeria music industry by his manager, Ice Monk who said that talented musicians like Bino BT are the hope of the industry which is currently undergoing transition.
Speaking to Nigeria Newspoint in Owerri, during one of his promotional tours in the state, Buchi Ikechebelu  aka Ice Monk added that although talent and quality have not been favoured in the country’s music industry, there is still hope for artistes who can use pen and paper to put down good lyrics.

“Everybody wants to dance these days and it has not been helping artistes who spent time to write songs because if it is not danceable, the artiste will surely be on his own.
I know the industry did not start like this, it’s just a matter of time and we will bid this era good bye and I see the next era favouring artistes who can wright.
Rappers can then bring out the poetry in them, while singers will do their bits as well” He said.
Ice Monk however said that everyone can still fit into the current trend if he can make little adjustments in his style, which was the area he hailed Bino BT who is almost done with a song that can comfortably lead him to stardom.
Bino BT is artiste/model who is currently signed to Underground Records  and so far has released songs and videos that have featured on the best radio and TV stations in the country such as MTV Base and others.
On the release of Bino BT’s next single, Ice Monk said that it won’t be a big problem circulating the song nationwide because his artistes is already known nationwide and fans are always waiting  for something great from him.
“I was attracted to Bino BT because of his quality and that is something that keeps improving. He did a wonderful job on the song, and I wish that words can play it.
We are currently giving it some finishing torches and soon the release date will be announce” he added.

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