Singer, Pepenazi Shares Major Inspiration Behind Music Career Start Up


Ecleftic Entertainment act, Opeyemi Gbenga Kayode, popularly known as Pepenazi, has shared major inspiration behind his music career start up.

The Rookie of the year nominee, at the 10thedition of the Headies award, explained how growing up with a Christian father helped his music.

He revealed that his father was into more of Christian music, which infected that music culture, without him knowing.

“For every artiste who is trying to grow, music is a way of life, some of us encounter it through church, some through parents, others might be siblings, but for me it was just part of our life.” He said, in a chat with Hiptv

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Pepenazi went on further that he had a funny Christian brother, and a father who was always listening to music, neither did he know he was getting used to those sounds. “Before we know, I was able to write songs, and push stuffs out, here i am, i know am not a star, but we are growing.”

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He added that why he will always look up to Lagbaja, and Seun Kuti, is because of the eccentricity and versatility in their sounds, which you could relate to, back and forth.

Pepneazi made his debut into the music industry when he dropped his single ‘Arose’, produced by Bam Tunes, before he went to complete his education. On his return, the singer dropped two singles, then became very popular when he featured YBNL’s Olamide in the song titled ‘Illegal’.

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