A renowned song writer, producer and a singer, Shirko has revealed that his production work will not be coated with sexist language so that it attracts audience.
Shirko says that unlike the current situation where artists are using sexist and vulgar content to pull crowd, Shirko Media respects ethics and the well being of the society.
He said that Kenyan artists have been very receptive to Shirko Media including religious artists and that sex coated production will only tarnish the big production name.
He said that the move that various Tanzanian artists have taken has greatly changed the entertainment industry in their country where audiences were however enjoying such explicit content.
“Again it depends with the reception, if the audiences love such sexist and nudity language in music artist will follow suit they want to make money,” he added.
The renowned producer who has worked in Tanzania for many years and came back to Mombasa this year for the same course said that there is need for young talents to be nurtured so that they produce real content and not just simply offensive content.
He however exuded hopes that with the help of the already established artists, Kenya and especially Mombasa music is slated for a major haul.
Shirko’s remarks comes amid wrangles between Tanzania’s Council in charge of Arts and Music, BASATA with Wasafi Classic Baby –WCB with BASATA banning some of the latest hit songs including ‘Mwanza’ By Diamond Platnumz and Ryvanny that according to the Council ‘Mwanza’ track is full of explicit and sexist content.