My inspiration comes from God – Naomi Mac
Since coming second in the Nigerian Idol in 2011 and now, what has changed for you, personally and professionally?
Personally, my confidence level has grown and professionally also, I have been able to understand and master my craft better. Also I have had platforms and opportunities to meet and work with great artists and great talents.
You have a few well-received singles out there, is there any plan to release an album any time soon and what should fans expect?
Yes, there are plans to release an album and as soon as that is ready, we will let the fans know. But for now, the fans should expect the video of my new song and maybe one or two more singles.
As a woman, are there specific themes that form the core of your inspirations for your songs?
They are not necessarily specific. First, my inspiration comes from God then also my personal experiences, my relationship with my family and my environment.
You grew up in Ajegunle, a place reputed for producing amazing musical and football talents, would you say the place has a part in the development of your talents?
Not totally because I didn’t stay there for too long but of course I’m proud to be called one of the talents that was produced from that area.
How has it been juggling schooling and your career?
Pheeeewwww! Its been super interesting, amazing and very stressful but its working out.
Your latest ‘Ori mi’ was released a few days ago, what sort of reception have you got since its release?
The reception has been very nice. Surprisingly, it’s been only a few days and I’ve gotten loads of nice reviews about the song.
What defines you as a woman?
My childhood, My experiences, my belief and my principles and standards.
How is the relationship with your parents? Are you still their ‘baby girl’?
I am still their baby girl, always have been, always will be.
Which artists – Nigerian or foreign – should we expect to see on your album?
Well I’ll let that be a surprise and you will all get to know as things unfolds.
A lot of artists tend to ignore the business aspects of their careers, personally, how involved are you in the commercial aspects of yours?
It is called “music business” so that means there’s the art and there’s the business aspect of music. I definitely will not rule out the part of the business. Although I love the art a lot and I want to be know for the art of music but the business is also as important as the art. “No money No music”