Discover yourself and never give up on what you believe in – Omoade


What drew you to the music industry?
Basically I would say it’s the passion and the love for music and art. I always knew entertainment was my thing and I used to be in the church choir.

Who are you inspired by?
Alot of amazing artists but M.I Abaga was the first who made me write my first rap and lyrics. I get inspired by the likes of Burna Boy, Olamide, Wizkid, and Davido.

Please explain your creative process
it’s not a simple one, I could start writing inside my head and sometimes forget the lyrics, so I use my phone or a note pad, I like to write mostly at midnight and practice in the shower.

What’s an average day like for you?
Lol, I really dunno what that means but I try to be as happy as I can daily and music is part of my happiness.

Is there a hidden meaning in any of your music?
Lol, Yes,almost all have hidden meanings and a reflection of my memories or present situations. I even wrote a track titled by my own name just to motivate myself and other people out there not to even give up but me strong and ready for blessings.


Do you collaborate with others? What is that process?
Yes, I do, I personally like to work with talented people no matter the level of stardom. it’s not easy to collaborate with major artists but I would love to work with Davido, Olamide, or Zlatan presently.
Most artists will link you up to their management so you have to book features and video appearance if any.

Please discuss how you interact with and respond to fans
Well, fans are of two types, the critic fans, and the real fans. I always give out positive energy no matter what they say. it always love from this side. I’m always a fan of my fans.

What is your favorite part of this line of work? Your least favorite? Why?
Well, you get to do it comfortably without wearing a suit or going to the office, your lifestyle and personality itself is part of your line of work which is awesome, while my least favorite is that you get to communicate with a lot of people you barely know but Socializing is a big part of the music business.

Have you ever dealt with performance anxiety?
Lol, Anxiety is normal, the moment you accept it, it goes away, it’s always better to focus the energy on the people around and think of how awesome you want to make the people around feel, confidence is great virtue for any artist.

Tell me about your favorite performance venues
Mine was Davido’s SOS concert at Ife 2018 and it was a good time to be alive being on the same stage with A-List artists.

What advice would you have for someone wanting to follow in your footsteps?
Don’t try to be like me…Be like You, discover yourself and never give up on what you believe in. It’s never a smooth road and gold is not found until you keep digging harder and deeper.

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