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I draw inspiration from sound, energy, says QD Wise


QD Wise

Lagos-based rapper, Quadri Alajede Zubair, popularly known as QD Wise, believes that music is one of the best ways to inspire and motivate people, especially, at this time when the world is ravaged by coronavirus pandemic.

Though a rapper, the artist, who hails from Osun State, feels comfortable in every genre of music.

“I’m a very versatile artist but my genre of music can be described as afrobeats,” he said.


According to him, his music is inspired by the likes of Drake, Juice World, Wizkid, and Terry G.

He added, “I draw my inspirations from sounds and energy around me. I’m the new phase of Nigerian music and I have everything it takes to make my music a global brand.”

QD said his dream is to create the music that would touch lives in positive ways, and as well as create good and danceable vibes.

With songs such as Addiction, Two Thirty, Tomorrow, Love and Damilohun, he has been able to prove that he has what is needed to produce great hits.


Speaking on his latest single, he said, “I want to give something magical to every music lover and I also want to remind my audience that there is life beyond the current situation they may be grappling with. This is a piece of music and the body of work for everybody.

“The plan is to keep taking it one step at a time as I continue to take my fans on a musical journey that would entertain and encourage them to always do well to one another,” he said.

The artiste’s ultimate desire is that his audience will embrace the true virtues of love through his music-willingness to go all the way and be there for one another. “It gives a calming effect and offers assurance, trust and hope, which are, of course, some of the virtues of love.”


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