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7FiguresSMG leads generation of new wave musicians, reveals music plans

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He might be a young and up and coming budding star but Ayobami Aduragbemi Adekunle better known as 7FiguresSMG, is very aware of how difficult 2020 was for everyone in Nigeria and across the globe.

To this end, the 29-year-old Ogun State indigene has said his plans for 2021 is essentially about caring more and showing love to his fans through his music. “Top of my plans for this year is to reach lives through my music, learn more from people and to give back more to my fans,” 7FiguresSMG said while talking about his plans for the year.

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With the global pandemic ravaging the world having shattered economies everywhere, leading many to despair, the Lecitoyen University graduate said he plans to provide healing to people through music even as he also looks forward to record deals, collaborations and endorsements amongst others.

For the young talent, who started his education at Trinity Nursery and Primary School in Abeokuta, Ogun State before moving on to Abeokuta Grammar School also in the state capital, making his mark on the Nigerian music scene is the plan after bagging his first degree a few years back.

With a couple of hits including “Feel it,” “Jaabo,” “Somebody” under his belt along with two covers done for songs by two established acts, Reminisce and Yung6ix, 7FiguresSMG has a new song titled “OG Motivation” for his fans to kick off the year. Another jam by the Ogun State star is expected to hit radio stations, parties and clubs in the coming weeks and he has urged his fans to anticipate his offering.

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