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REA preaches love, hard work in levels


Though new in the Nigerian music scene, Rachael Azubuike is indeed an embodiment of talent when it comes to what she does best, music.Also known by the stage name REA, the graduate of Psychology has continued to meander her way into the mainstream of the industry and into the minds of her fans, who have continued to appreciate her music.

Currently, her new song‚ Level‚ which was released in January has been enjoying massive airplay on radio stations across the country.Signed to Vageo Music Group, she began singing at her early days in secondary school and according to her; she uses most of her songs to express herself in the deepest possible form, yet simple.

The last child of her family, she learnt a lot from her dad, especially when it comes to music. “My dad taught me how to record my tunes at a very tender age and I stuck to doing good music because I am very conscious of my lyrics.”Aside expressing herself with songs, REA hopes to touch lives positively with her music and start up a humanitarian network in the course of my music career.

The budding musician confesses, “I have always wanted to touch lives positively with my Music and start up a humanitarian network in the course of my music career.”

On a lighter note for the singer, she loves playing chess a lot and she finds solace in listening to every genre of songs.On the acceptability of Nigerian songs globally, she said; “now we can gladly say that we are collectively creating a global brand that will continuously resonate anywhere it is featured. Everything l have known now or before now has been instrumental,” she concluded

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