Vinchy debuts with Sisi Eko
Fast-rising music artiste, Ndubisi Vincent, better known by his stage moniker Vinchy has released his debut single titled, Sisi Eko.
The song, which video will be out next week cording to the singer, is dedicated to Lagos girls, and mainly talking about their way of life and a sort of eulogy about their status.
Commenting on his foray into music, the 21-years-old Quantity Survey National Diploma Graduate of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta, Ogun State, told The Guardian he joined the music industry four years ago, while studying for his National Diploma, but wasn’t really serious about it.
He said, “Music is my pleasure; I feel good in music, I feel it is part of me. Music makes me happy and I feel I can also make people happy through it. I really don’t like to see people sad.”
“Back in the days when I play drums people used to dance and I feel like I can do more to make people happy. I am looking up to Wizkid Balogun, who is my role model, though I have never had any contact with him, but by God’s grace I hope we will meet someday,” he added.
Describing his style of as Afro, the Imo State native stated that he has lots of tracks to his credit and had featured with other artistes in their records. He added that his voice makes him unique among other musicians.
On his challenges, the light complexioned act said, “As an upcoming artiste, I felt people like me are facing financial challenges and they are always feeling intimated. They are discouraged, thinking they can’t do what other artistes are doing. Another challenge is intimidation from the big artistes.
“My worst experience was when I was supposed to perform in a place and I was delayed, I had to perform late that no one was ready to listen to me. The event was around Quarry road in Abeokuta.”
Vinchy, who identify sex scandal as major threat to the music industry, said he is ready to avert such. “In music industry, once an artiste is full of female fans everybody will want to be with the person because females can be inspiration for a particular thing. Once this music hit the market and fans are coming, especially the females, I will try to handle them as much as I can. I will put them in a place as sisters.”
He encouraged up and coming artiste not to loose focus. “They should continue doing what they are doing and leave the rest to God; someday it would pay. I have experienced being intimidated by celebrities. I know how it is, I will advise them to just continue with what they’re doing,” he stated.
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