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Look out for Oluwaseyi Olufemi Emmanuel in 2021


 Oluwaseyi Olufemi Emmanuel was born in Ogun State, Nigeria. According to Gyaanipedia, Oluwaseyi Olufemi Emmanuel was born on April 8, 2001. He is a musical artist and also a social media personality. 

According to FabWorldToday, Oluwaseyi Olufemi Emmanuel was a blogger before going into the music industry.

Oluwaseyi Olufemi Emmanuel is also known as Some4real. He received his first notoriety in 2020 after the publication of his debut.

He had several conversations with people.

In his recent interview, Oluwaseyi Olufemi Emmanuel spoke about his musical career and we learned that he already has four singles. He spoke about his album he is working on which will also be released in 2021.

Some4real also spoke about his various interests, such as his technical career and the challenges he faces as a young adult who finds time to strike a balance between music and education.

Towards the end of the interview, a question was asked. Oluwaseyi Olufemi Emmauel was asked for advice to future musicians. Here is all he said:

“I just want to tell you that you still believe in your dreams and believe that you can achieve it.”

“And you must know that music is not noise. You must always make good music.”

“I also want to let you know that you shouldn’t feel inferior and that if you can’t afford to go to the studio you shouldn’t give up, now is not the time and the time is right, you can afford it. “

In previous interviews he has had, he spoke about his musical background.

[Source: https://www.kathmandutribune.com/interview-oluwaseyi-olufemi-emmanuel-is-africas-new-young-act-to-w%E2%80%8Batch/]

What’s your musical background?

I started out as a musician when I was around 15. I became a blogger for a long time, then I started singing again. I was a drummer and a pianist, also in my church.

You came from Ogun State to engage with Lagos’s music industry, possibly the biggest in West Africa. How would you describe the Ogun State music scene like?

It’s good. There are a lot of talented artists. Many people who inspired me when I was in Ogun State still inspire me today. The likes of other brilliant musicians in Lagos. I listen to a lot of Ajebo Hustlers. Ogun State is doing well, there’s lots of talent there that played a role in my growing up.

How would you describe your sound?

Mostly, my sound is afro-fusion, sounds like blues. But I still don’t like being boxed in some way, I’m not that kind of artist. There are so many influences on my music.

How was the There Is God Like No Other idealized? When did you begin work on it?

It’s been an endless process, and it was fun. I started working on it in June this year. At some point, I had to go off social media, stay away from a lot of things, and keep my head straight to get the project right.

Often, when people discuss your music, they gloss over the uniqueness of your songwriting. How was that developed?

I really don’t know. But growing up, and up to this day. I listen to a lot of blues. Also, I wouldn’t say I’m the book type.

Oluwaseyi Olufemi Emmanuel has released about four singles with the title:

There is a God like no other (which was his first single).

My babies love me (ft. El Simao).

Dear God (single).

You Can Shine (single).

And he says we should expect a lot from him this year.

You can check him out on his socials.

Instagram: Some4real1

Facebook: Oluwaseyi Olufemi Emmanuel

Check Google for other details. 

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