Music industry

Davido, Wizkid, Burna Boy my inspiration in the music industry BRAIN

Samuel Osemudiamen Udebhulu, better known by his stage name BRAIN, described the trio Davido, Wizkid and Burna Boy as sources of inspiration for him.

The young Nigerian singer born May 10 at the end of the 19th century is also a songwriter and philanthropist and is based in South Africa.

BRAIN speaking recently about his music career said: “I just released my second song for the year 2021 called ‘Fast Life’. This song reflects the story of my personal life so far, especially in 2020 which has been a very difficult year for everyone and my life from the streets of Nigeria to the big cities of the world and the great people I have met.

“Also about how I’ve been blessed with my beautiful family, my life and my wonderful friends. The first song I released this year was ‘The Vibe’.

The lyricist and artist, originally from Edo State, has made waves and big movements over the years of his music career.

He was educated in Nigeria where he began his musical career in 2018 in Lagos State, then moved to South Africa where he fully pursued his musical career.

BRAIN is well known for being an exceptional performer, an excellent songwriter, a melodious singer and above all a very generous philanthropist. He was born and raised in the heart of Africa’s most commercial place, in Lagos State, as the promising son of the eminent Udebhulu family.

His alluring appearance and unique hairstyle have always set him apart, although he accomplished a lot at a tender age to make him more popular. His good sounds and energy keep him going and in fact, he inspires himself because he believes he has what it takes.

BRAIN is at the forefront of his musical career and his music still carries an important message to young people around the world accompanied by a lot of motivation. He’s been making music since his teens with production credits on several songs by a younger generation of Nigerian artists.

Speaking on where he will be seeing his music in a few years, he noted, “I believe Nigerian music has taken over the world in the world and we are moving to greater heights with the arrival of talented prospects. . So I think in 10 years the Nigerian music industry will be very good.

BRAIN has contributed immensely to the growth of the Nigerian music industry in so many ways financially, musically advising them with its music and letting them know what to do at the right time. Basically his music speaks well for him.


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