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My sisters made me believe I could sing –Spyz

Ademola Olonilua

Imo Records signee, Godwin Joseph Uchonu, aka Spyz, has described how her sisters influenced his decision to become a musician.

The singer, who just released a new single, Bless Me, said he started doing music in the church when he was eight years old.

Speaking on what motivated him to become a musician, Spyz stated, “My sisters and I always gave renditions of songs from Lionel Richie, R. Kelly and Plantashun  Boiz. My sisters felt I was really good; so, I was encouraged by them to pursue a career in music. I started writing and composing songs at the age of 12. I am from a family of seven, including my parents.”

 He also said it had not been a walk in the park for him as he had performed at different street carnivals and was a “studio rat” for years.

 “I knew I could really do music when I started performing at festivals during the Yuletide in my neighbourhood. I was encouraged by some people and I was mocked too. But I didn’t give up. I became a studio rat, which was how I got the name Spyz.”

 His new song, Bless Me, is produced by Blaise Beatz and mixed and mastered by Swapmix. According to him, the challenges he has faced in life inspired the song.

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