Kcee, a well-known artist, has disclosed that he brought his colleague Iyanya to Lagos and hosted him for a period of six years.
him also revealed that it was him who identified Skibii’s skill and elevated him to prominence.
Kcee stated that even though he supports a number of his colleagues in the music industry, he dislikes to blast his trumpet. Kcee mentioned the following in a recent Afrobeats Podcast episode: “I took Iyanya to Lagos, and I bought his first plane ticket. He lived with me in Lagos for six years. I don’t discuss it.
“I introduced Skibii to the music business as well. Skibii still feels appreciative of me for that. Skibii was with me in the studio as I recorded “Ojapiano.” He wrote the song with someone else. We always get to see each other. We still resemble a father and son.I was instantly smitten with Skibii upon seeing him.
I will collaborate with him. I always tell him, “Look into my eyes, you’re gonna blow,” even when he wasn’t popping. You are a star, I don’t know how or when it will happen. Thus, that really boosted his confidence.
Additionally, I introduced Skibii to the music business. Even now, Skibii is appreciative of me for it. Skibii was in the studio with me when I was recording “Ojapiano.” The song was co-written by him. Every day, we get to see one another. We still have a father-son relationship.I thought, “I love this guy,” as soon as I saw Skibii. I’m going to collaborate with him. “Look into my eyes, you’re gonna blow,” I always remind him, even when he wasn’t popping. You are a star, but I’m not sure how or when. He felt really confident after that.
“I am that person who can recognize talent. I know when I see it. Additionally, I would back.
Iyanya wrote on X in response to a widely shared video of the interview, saying, “Yes, he [Kcee] did [accommodated me], and I’m forever grateful.”