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There is competition in music industry, but I am not bothered – Secular



Nothing appears strong enough to stop fast-rising Nigerian singer and songwriter, Odinakachukwu Nwachukwu, who is popularly known as Secular as she insists that the competition in the music industry would only spur her to greatness.

With a new song, ‘Helper’ currently trending and doing the numbers, Secular said she could not have waited for a better time than now to unleash her new single on the music scene that seems to be yearning for a new sound.


With the mindset that her songs will reshape the music narrative across the country, the singer conceded that rising to the top of her game may not come easy, but she’s ready to give it what it takes.

Speaking about the expansion of the music industry, Secular, who was born and bred in Lagos, said she wants to keep her fans grooving to a new tune and promised not to rest on her oars, saying ”I am ready to give it all it takes and see where it takes me to.”

Speaking about her budding music career, Secular, who is fast becoming a household name, stated that her new song would rekindle hope and reshape the music narrative.


According to the singer, who is currently signed to Wahala for Problem Records, singing has always been part of her life since childhood as she was inspired by her environment that was peopled by music lovers and singers when she was growing up.

Secular added that she was ready to push her career to new heights as she hopes to build on the new momentum that the new song is building for her.

“Helper is one track that has got many people talking about my talent, but while I am grateful to God for the immediate success of the song, I am already working with my team to build on that momentum and push my career to a new level. I am excited about what is happening but I am more thrilled by what is to come in the next few months,” she said.


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