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Why I’m Not Surprised By My Success in music industry – Asake

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In this stage of his career, Nigerian singer Asake is flourishing. Asake has been on a rapid ascent to stardom after making a major splash with his hit song “Sungba” and its popular version, “Sungba Remix.”

He has been gathering followers all across the nation and the globe, and his brand-new album, Mr. Money With The Vibe, which was released this week, is already a hot issue in the music industry.

A sake is carving a very powerful, individual route and career for himself that is uncommon for many artists, soar high. But the singer doesn’t seem surprised by any of this.

During a new interview with Rolling Stones, Asake explained why all of the successes he’s enjoying right now don’t come as a surprise to him and also opens up about his album, his music, and a little bit about his life. Here is what Asake said.
There is something you need to know about me: Everything is like a dream to me, something I’ve imagined before, so I am not amazed by anything that comes or any level that I am. I just give thanks.

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I grew up in a neighborhood that is considered dangerous, a neighborhood where everyone wakes up to hustle for their daily meals. It taught me how to survive in good times and bad times.

So I draw inspiration from my real life experiences to encourage everyone who thinks their present reality is constant; I want them to always remember that there is light at the end of the tunnel.

I take my practice very seriously. I believe there is a higher power that controls everything happening, so am I a religious or spiritual person? It’s a thin line between these two.

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Lagos shapes everything I do. It teaches you how to survive, strive for success, and be the best at what you do.

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When I record a new song, I enjoy driving around the city with my manager listening to the song. I am my own inspiration.

I have experienced life and I have a lot to say about it. As time goes on more stories will be told.

Making the album didn’t even come with stress for me at all. From the name of the album, you know I was just enjoying myself.

Life is not that hard. It’s all about the vibes, how I feel at this moment that things I’ve imagined are happening.

Greatness, my bro. Do you know what is going to happen tomorrow morning? I see a light.

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Black Sherif’s ‘Soja’ makes an appearance on Billboard Afrobeats Chart

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Black Sherif’s latest banger ‘SOJA’ of his upcoming album ‘The Villain I never Was ‘has made its debut on Billboard Afrobeats Charts just a few days after its release.

Blacko, on Friday, September 22, 2022, blessed his fans and listeners with a great tune titled ‘SOJA’. The song is one of the tracks on his upcoming Album.

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Ayra Starr: Before fame, I took my family to shows to act as my fans

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Ayra Starr, the fast-rising Nigerian singer, has recounted how she dealt with song unpopularity at concerts as a budding artiste.

The music star spoke about her career growth in a Twitter post on Tuesday.

In the tweet, Starr said as of early last year, she used to take her friends and family members to concerts to sing along with her — in situations where the audiences do not know the song.

“Early last year I used to take my friends and family to concerts and performances just in case no one knew my music, they would help me scream my songs and ginger the audience,” she wrote.

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Meek Mill Opens Up On His Fight With Davido

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The American rapper is pushing for a tour in Africa, and Davido might be instrumental in that.

American heavyweight rapper, Robert Rihmeek Williams, popularly known as Meek Mill, has opened up on his past feud with Nigerian Afrobeats star, Davido.

The duo, who released a collaboration titled “Fans Mi” back in 2015, have not really been seen together or collaborated on another song since, and Meek Mill has made it known that they indeed had issues.

The award-winning Philadelphia rapper recently reignited his wish to have a tour in Africa after he called upon African promoters to make it happen. Not relenting on that cause, on Wednesday the 5th of October, via his twitter page, he also reached out to Davido to make the Africa tour work.

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Meek also spoke about the past beef he had with the DMW singer, making it known that there were plans for him to come to Africa earlier but both parties were “mad at each other”. He

Im@getting a lot of calls from Africa!!! Let’s make it work Davido was suppose to been make it happen we was mad at eachother a lil bit around that time lol

Im@getting a lot of calls from Africa!!! Let’s make it work Davido was suppose to been make it happen we was mad at eachother a lil bit around that time lol— MeekMill (@MeekMill) October 5, 2022

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