What drew you into the music industry?
After leaving my father’s church as a choir master (2004). I was writing poems those days and music kicked in without warning. I joined the Snazzy hipsters and met with 20loves(Femi samuel), we made beats together, did a lot of local songs and shows.
What are you inspired by?
I occupy a lot a sits in the industry, so it is impossible for me to have one Mentor. As a singer I was inspired by R.Kelly, As a rapper I was inspired by lilwayne, As a Music Producer I was inspired by Kanye west and Mike banger. As an engineer I was inspired by Russell Williams.
Please explain your creative process?
I let my head cool off, wait chill till an event strikes me through. The events then makes history and I immortalize it with my craft. So we both live for ever, I and my works.
What’s an average day like for you?
Busy 2-4-7, if I’m not making beats then I’m mixing, if I’m not writing then I’m chatting with new clients. But I must confess I use to have a good relaxation. I do clubbing mostly at eve, its a kind of restoration for me.
Is there a hidden meaning in any of your music?
I tell you, I use code words in my music. I usually employ figurative remarks that a commoner will find paining to understand. I love it, it makes me happy. I consider myself those days when I try to understand some wordplay in Lil. Wayne’s songs. You know rap is not as melodious as a song. So I want a strategy that will make someone put my song on a replay. For If my lyrics are too open and simple, they will listen once and say goodbye.
Do you collaborate with others ? What is that process?
That’s simple, everyone wants that. It comes with Terms. just hit me up +2348133219041 or mail me email@example.com
Please discuss how you interact with and respond to fans?
I love them, they gave me the name “Freezyfofo”. I suit them with my lyrics and style. I love it more when they like a rival more than me. It makes me continue to be myself. Years back Diddy said “they hate what they don’t understand “, It is so true to be a lie. I know they will love me more when they finally see what I’m made of.
Whats your favorite part about this line of work? Your least favorite? Why?
Sound Engineering/Music Production. I love this part like fried rice and juice. Have you ever imagined seeing what people can only hear? I guess no. Nuff’ said that’s too technical, you will need the sixth sense to do that.
Have you ever dealt with perfomance anxiety?
I don’t suffer from one.
Tell me about your favorite performance venues?
Don’t do much performances, I’m a studio person these days.
What advice would you have for someone wanting to follow in your footsteps?
Take your time, study the behavior of the Industry. Work hard, design your path. Create a level of tolerance to find yourself some respect. Learn from others mistakes and don’t repeat yours. Don’t make the mistakes I made. Sleep less, no one sleeps like a pig. Make researches, get a mentor better than me and live life.