My musical art exhibits a typical African theatrical fashion, which expresses a blend of olden days folk songs and new to suit this modern age without losing its mellifluous delight and originality. Few artistes have been as passionate about the invention, development and popularisation of African music which has been relegated to the background; I dig the root with my creativity in Ijala and Bata choreographed dance steps, thereby bringing into remembrance African traditional values and heritage.
I play cool African rhythms; while my vocal prowess is not only melodious but the lyrics of my song dwell on love, tales, unity. It is infectious for it echoes African cultural history. The zeal for culture has raised my hope to a height beyond imagination because I believe in proven success, and I am determined to climb every mountain, search high and low, follow every hill till my dream as the highly rated musicians in the history of Africa becomes a reality.
My lyrics speak to humanity, so that everyone, everywhere will be able to feel it. I aim to make Africa proud. None of the great African artistes out there like Sade Adu, for instance, was groomed in Africa. As such, they cannot really project African values. I want to be the first home grown African artiste that would make such a telling impact as to make people look up and regard African culture and accept it for what it really is.”