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Artist Inview With NaijaTovibes Artist Of The Week – Queen Dollars

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TELL US ABOUT YOU? Queen Dollars is a female Dance hall act

TELL US ABOUT YOUR FAMILY/EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND?Was born in the family of ijeoma which she happens to be the last born in the family, Want To (Alvan Ikoku College of Education In (affilliation) Where i Read (English DM)

WHO/WHAT INSPIRED YOU INTO MUSIC? Phynofino

WHO AND WHO YOU WILL YOU LOVE TO WORK WITH IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY? Zoro, PhynoFion

IN WHAT YEAR DID YOU START MUSIC AS A CAREER? 2016 4 Yeas counting

HOW MANY SONGS HAVE YOU RECORD & WHICH AMONG THEM IS YOUR HIT SONG? Official Seleku is my favorite Song

WHICH PRODUCERS HAVE YOU WISH TO WORK WITH?Decomzy,Ice bag, Olumix, Wizzypro, and more.

HOW HAS MUSIC BEING PAYING YOU SINCE THEN TILL NOW? Wan you work more on yourself it pay, as an upcoming artist is not yet paying well,  as time go’s it will i believe

WE HEARD YOU HAVE A LOT OF FANS, IS THAT RIGHT? By his grace Yes

WHAT ARE THREE THINGS YOU CANT LIVE HOUSE WITHOUT? My Phone, going to studio, i don’t joke with Food Lolz..

WHAT WAS YOUR PARENT REACTION WHEN YOU CHOOSE MUSIC? Thanks to God their very supportive

HOW DID YOU FEEL ABOUT THE COMPETITION IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY? (the Competition in the music industry is two much,because everybody want to be an artist,even if you don’t no how to sing.

ANY CHALLENGES ON BUILDING UP YOUR DREAMS? Yes Much Challenges

DO YOU HAVE ANY HIDDEN TALENTS? No

TELL US ABOUT THE PROJECT YOU ARE WORKING ON CURRENTLY? Am working on dropping my Video *Selekudance*

WHAT MAKES YOU UNIQUE FROM OTHER ARTIST? I Can’t Say is my stage art

HOW DO YOU FEEL WHEN PEOPLE LOVE AND ENCOURAGED YOU? When people Encourage me I feel so happy because i never believe that i can do something that will make people to love me

YOUR ADVICE FOR UPCOMING ARTIST? As i have been telling every upcoming artist to keep working,they should not give up

A SENTENCE TO YOUR FANS? One love to all my fans out there, that has been loving my music also be helping me in one way or the other to promote my music,

ARTIST INVIEWED BY: NaijaTopvibes Media
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TOPVIBES: Exclusive Interview With Multiple Talented Act – Ramsy Young

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In a recent interview with TOPVIBES, Nigerian Talented Singer, “Ramsy Young” takes us on a journey through his career so far, where he draws his inspiration from, his plans, among others.

Though he vehemently stated that he has no long-term goal yet, he still believes he has a spot in the Nigerian music industry.

Read excerpts of the interview below:

TOPVIBES: How long have you been doing music professionally?

Ramsy Young: Have been doing music professionally for the past 4 years now.

TOPVIBES: Do you think/feel you’ve got a place in the Nigerian music industry

Ramsy Young: Seriously speaking am still fighting hard to earn my place in the Nigeria music industry.

TOPVIBES: Why Music for you?

Ramsy Young: Because the world need to hear my message, I need to encourage and give hope to people through my music and above all music is my calling.

TOPVIBES: What else would you have done outside music?

Ramsy Young: Am a certified street mechanical engineer And a bartender.

TOPVIBES: The Nigerian music space is very clouded at the moment, seems everyone is trying to get a spot, what makes you different?

Ramsy Young: I totally agree with you on that, and what actually makes me different are my sounds, my flows and my vibes.

TOPVIBES: What/who inspires you?

Ramsy Young: What actually inspired me are the things around me, what I see, feel, heard are what i put together to create my music.

TOPVIBES: What are the plans for your music 2021?

Ramsy Young: Am actually working so very hard for my 6 tracks Ep project, trust me am coming so hard on this.

TOPVIBES: Your currently released single “No Replacement” is currently buzzing, how do you plan on maintaining the tempo?

Ramsy Young: Maintaining the tempo is actually what I love doing best and my daily activities towards the released is actually what explained that.

TOPVIBES: Who are your industry icons and artistes you wanna work with?

Ramsy Young: For the now am the best icon I can seeing around me, and I don’t plan working with any because am seriously working so hard on myself so they’re the ones that need to come work with me, cos my blood, energy and vibes are still very hot and fresh.. Infact ama hot cake.

TOPVIBES: If you had the powers, what would you change about the Nigeria music space?

Ramsy Young: To give space for the young coming ones to show case themselves and create as many platforms as possible for that.

TOPVIBES: What are your longterm plans and how would you impact the industry?

Ramsy Young: My long term plans are just too large oh, the visions “nor get mate abeg”, and when that time reach even the industry will understand that Ama icon with a different vision. And my impact will actually affect the lives of all other young stars positively.

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TOPVIBES: Exclusive Interview With Multiple Talented Act – Rex D1

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In a recent interview with TOPVIBES, Nigerian Talented Singer, REX D1 takes us on a journey through his career so far, where he draws his inspiration from, his plans, among others.

Though he vehemently stated that he has no long-term goal yet, he still believes he has a spot in the Nigerian music industry.

Read excerpts of the interview below:

TELL US ABOUT YOU?

My name is Christian Agbonifo, Born and brought up in Benin city, Edo state

TELL US ABOUT YOUR FAMILY/EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND?

Am born into the The Great Family of Agbonifo, am the second child and but the first son of 8, I added have never wish to work with anyone, I have this believe that I can work with anybody, and who so ever I work with, is who I choose and think is best for that particular song. I attended numerous primary and secondary, and School got my last degree from Auchi Polytechnic, Edo state

WHO/WHAT INSPIRED YOU INTO MUSIC?

My friend Nino brown(landlord son) now married inspired me, he was a good singer and always looking fresh, I wanted to be like him way back 2006, I always follow him to Gee Pee production studio

IN WHAT YEAR DID YOU START MUSIC AS A CAREER?

I did my first recording in year 2007, music titled FOR NAIJA ft Joe blaque, Yellow Star, fugee lomo and Ehiz black.

HOW MANY SONGS HAVE YOU RECORD & WHICH AMONG THEM IS YOUR HIT SONG?

I have recorded more than 20 songs, since 2018, all my songs have been a Hit, but my best is yet to come

WHICH PRODUCERS HAVE YOU WISH TO WORK WITH?

I have never wish to work with anyone, I have this believe that I can work with anybody, and who so ever I work with, is who I choose and think is best for that particular song

HOW HAS MUSIC BEING PAYING YOU SINCE THEN TILL NOW?

Music is a free income and a blessed money, I can’t explain because it’s massive, u just go out to perform, to me, it’s just a play play thing on stage, and am still been paid. I love music hahahahaha

WE HEARD YOU HAVE A LOT OF FANS, IS THAT RIGHT?

YES! God is great

WHAT ARE THREE THINGS YOU CANT LIVE HOUSE WITHOUT?

First is my cell phone, secondly my money and I must smell good *smile*

WHAT WAS YOUR PARENT REACTION WHEN YOU CHOOSE MUSIC?

OMG! My father broke my CD plate then, he must have forgotten now, he told me Artiste are not decent, they smoke a lot, womanizing and excess clubbing, but my mama has always been like, do what you know is good for you and make me proud! Make people Dey call me mama REX D BABA for road hahahahaha

HOW DID YOU FEEL ABOUT THE COMPETITION IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY?

The competition is something else, all I always say is GRACE! I nor wan sabi sing, I want to blow and pack all the money! That keeps me going

ANY CHALLENGES ON BUILDING UP YOUR DREAMS?

Well! not much, I need excess money and time to do the things I know that can build my dream for better

DO YOU HAVE ANY HIDDEN TALENTS?

Yes! Am a comedian also, but it’s hidden hahahahaha and back then in secondary school, I can draw anything I see, but don’t know about now, never draw a line since 2008 hahahahaha

TELL US ABOUT THE PROJECT YOU ARE WORKING ON CURRENTLY?

For now, am working on my songs,(so many) no plan for Album yet, I will drop enough singles maybe Album will be my next year project

WHAT MAKES YOU UNIQUE FROM OTHER ARTIST?

I do things on my own, I don’t copy anyone or sound like anyone, I am creative and don’t take the music, I mean my style of singing too serious, and it’s working for me

WHO AND WHO YOU WILL YOU LOVE TO WORK WITH IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY?

Burna boy, Slim case, Graham D, Magnito, Peruzzi, And Vector

HOW DO YOU FEEL WHEN PEOPLE LOVE AND ENCOURAGE YOU?

That’s my most happiest moment in the musical life

YOUR ADVICE FOR UPCOMING ARTIST?

I advise all upcoming to Pray for Grace first, then study the music industry! Very important, wit the help of a successful Artiste or a good management

A SENTENCE TO YOUR FANS?

Thanks to everyone who love my music, God will always send people to love what ever you do, your job, business, and all you do! Keep supporting me, I am nothing without your support. I love you all.

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Meet Omah Lay: The Brazen Bad Boy of New School Afrobeats

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In the late ’60s, highlife was a prominent genre in the African music scene. With initial roots from Ghana, variations of the genre spawn off across Nigeria. In Eastern Nigeria, the genre was laced with percussion-based instruments and complemented with guitar mid-riffs and the occasional saxophone. Chief Stephen Osadebe and Oliver De Coque spearheaded the movement, and Bright Chimezie and Celestine Ukwu were heavy contributors as well. Celestine Ukwu’s percussionist, Adalolo, a fairly unpopular man within the highlife scene had a son who drummed on any surface he could find. Adalolo’s son’s penchant for percussion would eventually rub off on Adalolo’s grandson – Stanley Omah Didiah – also known as Omah Lay. It is a similar percussion-heavy sound that graces Omah Lay’s self-produced highest-charting song, Bad Influence.

“Bad Influence was sort of a freebie song,” Omah Lay tells me on a calm Wednesday afternoon. “I put it out for the fans because I had not put out anything in a long time. I put out on Audiomack first and when it started doing well, I put it on all other platforms.”

A native of Ikwerre, Rivers State, Omah Laygot his stage name from a conjugation of his real name and his local dialect; “Omah was gotten from my name and the Lay is the way my people call people who are far away ”, but the Port Harcourt resident only moved to the faraway centre of Nigeria’s commerce, Lagos, in August 2019 after signing a record deal. “The label wanted me to get a change of environment and create my personal space to express myself ,” he explains.

Growing up in the oil-rich and once militant-embattled Port Harcourt, Omah Lay matured while listening to tunes from Duncan Mightyand Grammy-nominated Burna Boy, but it was rap royalty, Drake, that inspired him to pursue the same career path as his grandfather.

“I wanted to be a rapper. I was part of a rap group, my name was Lil King,” he says with reminiscent laughter.

“I really liked Drake and his flows so I wanted to be like that.” When he was sixteen years old, he started producing music after constantly spending his time shuffling between the studio and his home. He would go on to work as a songwriter and producer for several artists he prefers not to name. However, Omah Lay was not credited for his work as a producer and songwriter by the artistes he worked with.

“I hated ‘You’ – the official version – so much but everybody else liked it. It was like a ten against one situation so we decided to drop it.”

In the Nigerian Afrobeats scene, songwriting is heavily frowned upon by fans and artists alike. Despite the genre’s persistent reliance on sampling old tunes and interpolating music from other genres, songwriting is where artists and fans alike seem to draw the line. It was not until recently that artistes started crediting songwriters for their work with Davido leading the charge of publicly owning up to using songwriters. Still, many artistes refuse to credit songwriters for their work, perhaps for fear of being stripped of the public’s adoration of the artists ingenuity? This lack of acknowledgement from the artistes he had worked with led to Omah Lay’s first experiment, his self-produced April 2019 single, Do Not Disturb.

“I had worked with some artists, writing songs for them but none of them credited me for my work. ‘Do Not Disturb’ was my way of proving the critics wrong. The song was just my summary of that whole experience. That is why it had lines like you dey video, you no know wetin my eyes dey see now I am balling, you dey try to tear my jersey”. A month after releasing Do Not Disturb, Omah Lay released ‘Hello Brother’, a soulful lo-fi tune proclaiming undying love for his brother. After ‘Hello Brother’, Omah Lay embarked on a seven-month-long hiatus from music.

Omah Lay returned from his self-imposed absence with Bad Influence, and a record deal with emerging music frontier, KeyQaad. On February 14, 2020, Valentine’s day, Omah Layreleased his first official single, You, a love-themed Afrobeats medley filled with multisyllabic rhymes; “I hated You – the official version – so much but everybody else liked it. It was like a ten against one situation so we decided to drop it.” He says of the Eljack-produced song while laughing. “The producer did a great job because he chopped off a lot of things on the official version. Personally, I prefer one of the alternate cuts to the official version.”

After You achieved appreciable success, two alternate versions of the song were released to the general public. Two weeks later, Get Layd, Omah Lay’s five-track debut EP was released. “The EP was originally supposed to drop between late March and middle of April after dropping You in February. The uncertainty about COVID and the lockdown made us delay the release a bit,” he explains. Get Laydpeaked at No. 1 on Nigeria’s most valuable charting metric, Apple Music charts, and four of the five songs on the EP, as at the time of writing, occupied the top four spots on the Apple Music top 100 songs within the country: “Topping the chart has always been a goal, but nobody really expects to occupy four spots of the chart with your debut project. I just wanted the music to be enjoyed and to do well, in whatever way that is determined.”

Get Layd is a love-laden EP that intersects multiple genres of music. I question Omah Lay if he had a predefined sound he was trying to establish with the tape. “I don’t like being boxed in a particular genre, I like exploring different sounds. The base of my sound is still Afrobeats; it is just different variations of it”.

On Get Layd, Omah Lay exposits through different expressions of love. He is lovestruck on Damn, Lo Lo Lo and You, penitent on Bad Influence, and explicit on Ye Ye Ye. Across the tape, he constantly reaffirms that he is a bad boy and often proclaims some of his vices. I ask if his lines about his vices and his bad-boy nature are somewhat a reflection of his personal life and he laughed resoundingly, “I actually write my lyrics down, and some of them are from personal memories. Although, I mix it up sometimes with things from my imagination,” he clarifies before explaining to me that the line Doctor said I burnt my liver from Bad Influence was inspired by actual health issues.

Since the release of his tape, the purple chromatic-theme of Get Layd has been emblazoned all over Omah Lay’s digital footprint. I ask Omah Lay’s manager, Ebika, who was present during our conversation if Omah Lay is hands-on with his image projection. “He is very conscious about the way he is portrayed instead of just letting someone handle his image and then represent something that he is not,” Ebika affirms. For someone whose project was accruing widespread acclaim, I wondered whose projects he was really digging into among his fellow industry new-comers; “I listen to everybody. Because I am a producer as well, I like to listen to different sounds but I really like Oxlade’s Oxygene and Fireboy DML’s album.”

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“I don’t want to sound like God or like a God but I always knew this was where I was going to be. ”

Throughout our conversation, Omah Lay’s words are measured, and he laughs a lot with a peal of laughter similar to that of a new-born basking in the joy that life offers. His laughter is contagious and filled richly with joy, why wouldn’t it? His debut EP just surpassed 20 million streams across all digital streaming platforms. Despite his growing popularity, and being the current poster boy for Afro-centric digital music content, Omah Lay maintains that he is the same introverted person that he was before all the acclaim. He is still relishing the newness of figuring things out – appreciative of the new friends that have reached out with words of encouragement and at peace with his old allies within the industry. He is aware that his music possesses a subtle charm that entrances listeners, and his versatility and knack for experimentation postures him as an artist that is going to be a mainstay within mainstream Afrobeats circles. I pondered if he ever thought he would get to this point of his career during the days where he shuffled between the Marine Base in Port Harcourt and the studio. He pauses for a minute, perhaps reminiscing the times past, and dons a little smile, “I don’t want to sound like God or like a God but I always knew this was where I was going to be.”

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INTERVIEW: Uncovering SpartGeeTunez; The Multi-talented Mystery Artiste

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In a recent interview with TOPVIBES, Nigerian Talented Producer/Singer, Spartgee Tunez takes us on a journey through his career so far, where he draws his inspiration from, his plans, among others.


Though he vehemently stated that he has no long-term goal yet, he still believes he has a spot in the Nigerian music industry.

Read excerpts of the interview below:

TOPVIBES: Who is SpartGeeTunez?

SpartgeeTunez: George Obayuwana (born in the 199’S), known as SpartGeeTunez, is a Nigerian Singer, songwriter, record producer.

TOPVIBES: How long have you been doing music professionally?

SpartgeeTunez: Well 10 years and counting but professionally 5 years now.

TOPVIBES: Do you think/feel you’ve got a place in the Nigerian music industry?

SpartgeeTunez: If every aircraft can fly in the sky on a daily basis and land safely without crashing into each other then i certainly have a place in the music industry

TOPVIBES: Why Music for you?

SpartgeeTunez: I’ve got a God given talent that can’t go to waste. I have to maximize my potentials i believe.

TOPVIBES: What else would you have done outside music?

SpartgeeTunez: Am a well known music producer nothing ex from music

TOPVIBES: The Nigerian music space is very clouded at the moment, seems everyone is trying to get a spot, what makes you different?

SpartgeeTunez: My personality and my kind of music.

TOPVIBES: What/who inspires you?

SpartgeeTunez: Eventualities and basically anything can inspire me at any point in time.

TOPVIBES: What are the plans for your music 2020?

SpartgeeTunez: Release good songs, make more songs and release a body of work.

TOPVIBES: Your currently released single “One Time” is currently buzzing, how to you plan on maintaining the tempo?

SpartgeeTunez: If i tell you i have anything figured out right now, i’ll be the greatest liar on earth. i just want to make good music and increase the fan base.

TOPVIBES: Who are your industry icons and artistes you wanna work with?

SpartgeeTunez: At the moment, i respect Drake a whole lot for his recent project, Asa basically inspires me to work more. Sarkodie would also be on my list and a host of others.

For the artistes i would love to work with, a Burna boy or a Davido would really be great!

TOPVIBES: If you had the powers, what would you change about the Nigeria music space?

SpartgeeTunez: The Structure of the industry in general, would make it more like the international scene, that way a lot of artistes get to break out and also get to earn a living.

TOPVIBES: What are your longterm plans and how would you impact the industry?

SpartgeeTunez: Like i said i don’t have anything figured out, i just want to make good music and increase the fan base. As for impacting in the industry, time will tell.

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TopVibes Artist Inview:- Ruby Martins Sets The Standard For 2020

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Ruby Martines (Missed Call Crooner)

 

1. TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF?

Am just a little boy born in the 20s trying to make name globally through music

2. TELL US ABOUT YOUR FAMILY/EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND?

There isn’t much about me and my family tho, I finished my secondary school earlier last year

3. WHO/WHAT INSPIRED YOU INTO MUSIC?

My friends,society and my passion for good music

4. WHO AND WHO YOU WILL YOU LOVE TO WORK WITH IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY?

Wandecoal,Wizkid,davido,teni,falz and donjazzy

5. IN WHAT YEAR DID YOU START MUSIC AS A CAREER?

I started my musical carreer late 2018

6. HOW MANY SONGS HAVE YOU RECORD & WHICH AMONG THEM IS YOUR HIT SONG?

Have recorded 3singles and I guess all my song are hit songs

7. WHICH PRODUCERS HAVE YOU WISH TO WORK WITH?

Spellz,killertunes,northboi and thisislondon

8. HOW HAS MUSIC BEING PAYING YOU SINCE THEN TILL NOW?

To be sincere music has not been paying for now

9. WE HEARD YOU HAVE A LOT OF FANS, IS THAT RIGHT?

Yes I think so

10. WHAT ARE THREE THINGS YOU CANT LIVE
HOUSE WITHOUT?

God
My headset
My phone

11. WHAT WAS YOUR PARENT REACTION WHEN YOU CHOOSE MUSIC?

Up till now they are still angry and not willing to support me

12. HOW DID YOU FEEL ABOUT THE COMPETITION IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY?

Its good…it will make other artiste want to do more…….

13. ANYCHALLENGES ON BUILDING UP YOUR DREAMS?

Yes alot of challanges like money and also good sponsors

14. DO YOU HAVE ANY HIDDEN TALENTS?

Aside from music I can make you laugh

15. TELL US ABOUT THE PROJECT YOU ARE WORKING ON CURRENTLY?

Am working on the promotion of my new single tittled missedcalls currently

16. WHAT MAKES YOU UNIQUE FROM OTHER ARTIST?

Hmmmmmmm….I haven’t seen any artiste that does hip-hop and trap music at the same time my kind of music is just rare

17. HOW DO YOU FEEL WHEN PEOPLE LOVE AND ENCOURAGED YOU?

I feel energized and willing to do more

18. YOUR ADVICE FOR UPCOMING ARTIST?

Keep pushing your self by your self because no one is gonna do it for you and no record label is ready to sign any artiste that haven’t done much for his/herself

19. A SENTENCE TO YOUR FANS

Keep supporting my brand (Ruby Martin’s) we reaching for the stars soon and may Almighty God bless you and your family

 

Thanks for your time!!!

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Artist Inview With NaijaTovibes Artist Of The Week – Queen Dollars

TELL US ABOUT YOU? Queen Dollars is a female Dance hall act

TELL US ABOUT YOUR FAMILY/EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND?Was born in the family of ijeoma which she happens to be the last born in the family, Want To (Alvan Ikoku College of Education In (affilliation) Where i Read (English DM)

WHO/WHAT INSPIRED YOU INTO MUSIC? Phynofino

WHO AND WHO YOU WILL YOU LOVE TO WORK WITH IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY? Zoro, PhynoFion

IN WHAT YEAR DID YOU START MUSIC AS A CAREER? 2016 4 Yeas counting

HOW MANY SONGS HAVE YOU RECORD & WHICH AMONG THEM IS YOUR HIT SONG? Official Seleku is my favorite Song

WHICH PRODUCERS HAVE YOU WISH TO WORK WITH?Decomzy,Ice bag, Olumix, Wizzypro, and more.

HOW HAS MUSIC BEING PAYING YOU SINCE THEN TILL NOW? Wan you work more on yourself it pay, as an upcoming artist is not yet paying well,  as time go’s it will i believe

WE HEARD YOU HAVE A LOT OF FANS, IS THAT RIGHT? By his grace Yes

WHAT ARE THREE THINGS YOU CANT LIVE HOUSE WITHOUT? My Phone, going to studio, i don’t joke with Food Lolz..

WHAT WAS YOUR PARENT REACTION WHEN YOU CHOOSE MUSIC? Thanks to God their very supportive

HOW DID YOU FEEL ABOUT THE COMPETITION IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY? (the Competition in the music industry is two much,because everybody want to be an artist,even if you don’t no how to sing.

ANY CHALLENGES ON BUILDING UP YOUR DREAMS? Yes Much Challenges

DO YOU HAVE ANY HIDDEN TALENTS? No

TELL US ABOUT THE PROJECT YOU ARE WORKING ON CURRENTLY? Am working on dropping my Video *Selekudance*

WHAT MAKES YOU UNIQUE FROM OTHER ARTIST? I Can’t Say is my stage art

HOW DO YOU FEEL WHEN PEOPLE LOVE AND ENCOURAGED YOU? When people Encourage me I feel so happy because i never believe that i can do something that will make people to love me

YOUR ADVICE FOR UPCOMING ARTIST? As i have been telling every upcoming artist to keep working,they should not give up

A SENTENCE TO YOUR FANS? One love to all my fans out there, that has been loving my music also be helping me in one way or the other to promote my music,

ARTIST INVIEWED BY: NaijaTopvibes Media
SPONSORED BY: YOUNG LADY’S ENT

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Pboy — Diana (Prod by Liquidmix)

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After the previous release of his hit song titled ‘Genesis‘; P boy comes through with another lovely banger titled ‘Diana’
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Pboy — Diana (Prod by Liquidmix)

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After the previous release of his hit song titled ‘Genesis‘; P boy comes through with another lovely banger titled ‘Diana’
Mixed and mastered by Liquidmix.
The song comes with a deep tone and lyrical creativity one.
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