Do you have a specific kind of ear you’re targeting with your music? – I’ve never been a person who listened to one thing and stick to it I’ve always been into all kinds of music. With that being said I’ve always had it in me that I’ve always wanted to make all kinds of music. What I have realized in the past 8 years that I’ve been In the music industry is that there is still a long way to go, there is still a lot of time for me to try country, house, or try rock – really I’m in no rush. So, my music identifies to everybody out there, it’s mainly English; easy to understand it’s for the fun people who love to dance and just love to have a good time.
With you saying your music is mainly English, does it limit you in reaching out, say, to non-English speaking crowds? – I don’t think it does, English is a universal language; music is a universal language look at the world, china for example: there they are in love with karaoke and most if not all karaoke songs are English songs.
What do you want out of all of this, what is the end game? – I want to have a serious impact on the world, through my music, lifestyle and brand. I want to inspire people, I want to teach; more so I want to reach the finish line having done something powerful for African music and I’m not going to stop until I do that.