‘I remain grateful to God, because I have crossed bridges I almost thought I couldn’t’ – Phyno
Having studied the entertainment circle before striking, his single ‘Ghost Mode’ featuring Olamide, wasn’t meant to hide him but explode what he got to offer, song released few years ago, helped him embrace limelight and listening ears from fans and critics.
However, when ‘No Guts No Glory’ came out, it could already hold weight.. Up until present he’s no doubt A-list act as long as Nigerian entertainment industry is concerned..
He revealed in recent interview that while struggling to remain relevant in the music scene, he had to cross many bridges he might not cross on a good day.
“I remain grateful to God, because I have crossed bridges I almost thought I couldn’t. My journey is one that is filled with so much hustling, plenty consistency and striving to be relevant in the industry”.
In his words, : “I give credit to N***a Raw, late MC Loaf, they inspired me. I took over from them. I’m still singing in my indigenous language. I’m happy I have inspired a lot of young artistes who are singing in their indigenous languages”.