Nigerian contemporary pop music is playing an increasingly pivotal role in shaping the continent’s music scene.

The music industry has over time proven to be a major source that youth in this generation can rely on for basic needs to keep life going.

The recent development has to do with the fact that younger youth, between the ages of 19-24, are taking over the scene bringing on board a blend of creativity at its peak.

The story is not different from that of a Nigerian upcoming artist, Anuma Charles Obinna, popularly called Prodit.

Speaking as a guest on the show, “Entertainment Weekly”, Prodit says, his kind of music is not commercial.

Elucidating further, Prodit said, he is not a big fan of the Nigerian sound, but tries to blend because he grew up listening to Big Sean, Sarkodie, Phyno, and some couple of other artists.

Prodit also said, he is not in the industry for competition stressing that he wants to show the world what he has to offer which is his style of music.

The talented artist also revealed that there are people that love Olamide, Falz, Dbanj and WizKid for what they do, emphasing that, life has been programmed in that way.