When describing his journey into music said he started developing his love for music back in the days when he listened to the likes of Backstreet boys, westlife, Shina Peters, Fela and a host of others, adding that his amazing vocal dexterity and versatility will set him apart and would definitely work positively for him as he sets to hit the big stage.
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Speaking on his new song and how he intends to break into the very competitive music industry, the 21-year-old said” My sound is different,I am not coming to take anybody’s place but to establish mine the way I know. I know what the industry entails and I am ready to give it all it takes. For me, Farawe is a game changer for me and it will set a new trend in the industry. He said further that Farawe is a Yoruba expression that simply means Imitate.
“It is an expression of a good feeling that comes from the state of joy. It seeks to connect with every listener by its impressive and different sound”. The song was produced by prolific beat maker Mickey G and mixing done by Zeeno Foster. It contains core African sounds, various musical instruments with creative fusions and twists of Afrobeat and Soul in a live stage effect.