Nigerian singer Hi-Speed says no one in the music industry can copy his style of music.
The talented singer who hails from Nigerian said this while speaking about his style of music and what stands him out from his peers in the industry.
Hi-Speed, real name Dauda Suleiman, boasted that he can deliver uniquely whenever he is recording, adding that no one can sing the way he sings or copy how he sings.
Hi-Speed stated further that he sees music from a different angle, which is spiritual. In his words; “my uniqueness is my ability to kill a beat differently that no one else could do or even copy. I see music from a different perspective, which is why I said that music is a spiritual something.”
In a recent chat with entertainment journalist Babatunde Oluwole, Hi-Speed noted that the music industry has grown to a stage where emerging talents can do their music and make it without having to depend on anyone or record label to be successful.
However, noted that musicians who are signed to a reputable record label should enjoy the opportunity they have, because being signed has its advantages as well.
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