Last week during an interview on the popular Nightly Fix radio show (Newstalk 93FM) the deejay said a lot of artistes in the industry are not being given the respect and justice they deserve.
According to Aidonia, when you scan the music markets globally, a lot of what is being hyped in Jamaica never gets beyond the island's shores. He went further to explain that throughout his extensive travels he has been to many regions heard songs from a plethora of local acts doing very well in those spaces, yet they are not given the due justice locally. He also alluded to the waggonist mentality by local practitioners currently surrounding OMI's career.
Another point of contention for the deejay was the mindset that artiste have to flood the airwaves with music in order to be perceived as being 'hot' and 'running the place'. Speaking in the almost hour long interview the 4th Generation boss rubbished that notion citing that music must be about quality and not quantity, hence the need for better quality control.
"Me nuh haffi have hundred song fi prove seh mi a run the place ... because a man can have hundred song and mi find one weh kick weh the hundred.... all it takes is one, that’s why me say 1Voice"
Aidonia also used the interview to talk about the peace initiative with his former perennial rival Busy Signal and the unity with Popcaan. Other topics discussed included the upcoming release of his 'Project Sweat' compilation due for release on August 7 and the next phase of his One Voice Foundation which will involve the building of a computer lab.
With a full roster of activities for the summer Aidonia's next appearance will be at the Appleton Dream Weekend 'Celebrity Playground' slated to unfold on Thursday, August 6 in Negril.