There are so many scammers in the music industry – Nessy Bee
Bada Ibukun Mayowa, known by his stage name Nessy Bee, may not be a name most Nigerian music lovers is familiar with, but the Bharder Boiz Music Group (BBMG) recording act, after few collaborations with some Nigerian top artiste, is finding life in the music industry interesting and ready to make a mark in the industry.
The rap artiste, who started his musical career immediately he got admitted into Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU), Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State in 2009, revealed that his musical career started like a joke until he received commendations that prompted him to put more effort into it.
He said, “I started music in 2009, when I gained admission to study Computer Science in OOU. I am a fan of rap music, and I can say I started embracing music right from childhood. I love listening to music and then; I think it was not a bad idea to create something from what I love listening to.”
On his style of music, Nessy Bee add, “I do all types but I’m a good rapper and I’ve about four video coming up back to back after Fantasy video. I came from the ghetto and that has influenced my style of music. What actually gave me the go-ahead is my ability to comprehend very fast. I can’t put out all genre at once, people only get listen to what I have put out. People should be expecting more rap music, dancehall and others from me.”
Speaking about his collaboration with Orezi, he stated that the collaboration was a cool deal, adding that “Orezi is a friend to my producer so, that wasn’t a problem, the most important thing is, ‘do I like the sound, does it sound mature.”
He further explained that he did not go into music because he doesn’t have other things to do after his University education or couldn’t find a job. “I started music even before I got an admission into the University. I started doing music because I love it and I felt music is the only thing I could do after school.”
In 2016, the BBMG artiste stepped up his game with Ori Owo. He recently won the confidence of Double Wahala crooner, Oritsefemi, and they both collaborated on the project, Fantasy, which video would soon be release.
According to the Computer Science graduate with an undoubtedly strong desire to break into A-list league of Nigerian music stars with wide acceptance throughout the world, more collaboration with other top Nigerian artistes and acts outside the country should be expected. “I’m looking forward to working with other artistes and releasing my already single soon.
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