‘I write my songs based on realities’
On what inspired the song, Phlames said: “There was a time I was actually asking a girl out and someone who knows me but doesn’t know me too well went to tell my love interest that I am a womanizer, that she should not accept my proposal. The scene kept coming back to my mind and it became a song.”
He describes his genre of music as ‘Conscious Indigenous music,’ because he believes he is among the very few guys with good contents that can stand the test of time.
Phlames who is not signed to any record label has been doing quite well for himself since he debuted with Arambada last year and has since done other songs like Mind and Logba which has a video which is still enjoying massive rotation on TV and radio.
He however revealed that plans are in top gear to take his music brand nationwide as time goes on.
“I and my team are planning on something big real soon. There is no label but we cannot watch this great talent die so we keep strategising and praying we will get this good music out there. Our fans and lovers of music deserve good music and I am proud to be giving it out to them,” he said.
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