Whereas it’s typically believed that Lagos is the leisure capital of the nation, a budding singer, Enoch Solomon, Nifty Boi, says that Kaduna State has a bigger pool of musical skills in Nigeria.
The Ever Rise Information signee, who just lately launched a seven-song Prolonged Play album titled, Completely different Vibe, advised Saturday Beats, “Lagos could be the market however Kaduna is the place the pool of skills is. The state is virtually the headquarters of music within the north. Hip hop is the dominant style of music within the north. Folks within the leisure trade don’t normally concentrate on northern artistes. Nonetheless, I hope to bridge that hole and I need individuals to know that there are many gifted artistes like me within the north.”
Defining his fashion of music, the music artiste stated, “My fashion of music can finest be described as a mix of afrobeat, dancehall and hip hop. Whereas rising up, I used to take heed to Eminem, 2pac, Nas, Lil Wayne and Drake. I additionally listened to Fela and different high Nigerian artistes like D’banj, Wande and Coal. My fashion of music is totally different as a result of I mix afrobeat, dancehall and hip hop. I’m additionally a producer and I typically suppose outdoors the field. The primary tune on my EP known as Completely different Vibe for a cause. My music is gives a distinct vibe from what’s on the market. I used to be really in Kenya once I recorded the tune and I wished to attain a distinct end result with it by way of the supply. I consider that’s the edge I’ve over different artistes.”
The singer additionally famous that he has a beautiful relationship along with his document label. He stated, “All the pieces has been occurring effectively since I signed a take care of the label. They’ve been doing quite a bit for me and that’s why I’ve few challenges. I’ve three movies out already which are doing very effectively. They have been shot in London (United Kingdom), Tanzania and Kenya respectively.”
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