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Singer, dancer, actor, blah, blah, blah....I don’t think this kind of data will ever give anyone a clue about the reasons for my self-expression or personal inner motivation.
I was born in the Nigeria. I dipped my feet into the music scene in 2008 while i was in school.I tried so many things which did'nt work out for me. At some point, I focused on the real things that matter in life and found my inner balance. Songwriting came first which is what I felt very strongly about. Singing was next along with Acting and Dancing. It became obvious to me that all of my past experiences were just a warm-up for what I really wanted to do. To me, music art is having lyrics with a clear message, music that is a universal language, and dance as a visual message and a way to deliver it. Music does not care about color, race, your place of birth or your social or economic situation. The only thing that is important is what you are made of and what kind of message your deliver.
I was so tired of the intolerance and prejudice from people who think they have a right to call anybody any thing because of where she was born, judging someone just because of their place of birth. It does not matter where you were born or where you came from or even your education level. People would stigmatize me because I was born in a small town . It makes me sick when people outwardly express their anger against people because of their nationality, abusing others and discriminating against them because of where they are from.
The ideas behind my music are: deep Respect of People’s Rights
Unconditional Love; self-Improvement/Development; personal Growth Everyday and Forever.