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How I Was Once Stranded Without Transport Fare – Sean Tizzle Shares Interesting Experiences

Well known Nigerian artist, Sean Tizzle, has shared some intriguing encounters he had while making a decent attempt to break into the musi...



Well known Nigerian artist, Sean Tizzle, has shared some intriguing encounters he had while making a decent attempt to break into the music business.



Artist, Oluwaseun Oluwabamidele, otherwise known as Sean Tizzle, talks with Tofarati Ige about his vocation and the difficulties he has looked en route

What was your first involvement with music?

My uncle, Seth, was the main individual who had faith in me. He claimed a record mark called, Sethra Inc in those days, and we cooperated. He trusted such a great amount in the fantasy.

How could you get into the music business professionally?

I had been working underground for quite a while, endeavoring to play at two or three shows, and connection up with greater artistes, for example, Sound Sultan, Ruggedman, among others. This proceeded until 2013, when Sho'le dropped and everything changed for me.

Do you concur that working with D'Tunes was the correct equation you expected to become showbiz royalty?

It was just about the correct planning, and the correct group. As an artiste, you will influence music with heaps of various to individuals. When it is the ideal time, and you are working with the correct arrangement of individuals, with the correct outlook, and a decent melody, at that point God's favoring will without a doubt tail you.

Why not two cooperate once more?

I didn't state that we don't cooperate once more.

How might you portray your experience as a record mark manager?

It's another experience, and we put in the work. It is an alternate ball game completely, making record arrangements, and ensure the organization is running right. It includes more work to make everything run easily as an artiste and as a CEO.

Your presentation collection, The Journey, did great; how might you depict the acknowledgment, particularly outside Nigeria?

I am appreciative to God, and I thank every one of the general population that have been supporting me from the very beginning. The collection was just about assembling great music in one circle, and individuals indicated love.

In which other African nation do you have the most fans?

I truly don't have the foggiest idea. There are fans all over the place. I'm typically amazed when I visit a few spots where I don't hope to meet my fans, yet they end up being numerous there. Essentially, it's dependably a decent time hanging out with the general population who love and bolster me. I simply continue doing what I know how to do and growing my fan base.

What character qualities have helped you to end up noticeably this effective in the music business?

You need to put in work; there's no contrasting option to that. I am continually dealing with my sound, and I'm specific about whatever leaves my mouth and how I get the opportunity to assault any beat that comes my way by frequently practicing my vocal ropes. Indeed, even my looks; as a performer, I must be adaptable to attempt any style. A few people can sing admirably yet they're not fine, and the other way around. On the off chance that God gives you the two qualities, wouldn't you express gratitude toward him?

How might you characterize your sound?

I don't have a kind; I simply do great music. I would prefer not to be put in a classification; I simply need to have the capacity to make any sort of music. I am out of that crate; I simply make great music essentially.

Which do you consider your greatest melody?

I don't know as well; you may be astonished. I get to a few spots, and they say the most sudden of my tunes as their greatest hits. It's an individual thing. Be that as it may, it may be my next tune, Wasted, which would be discharged soon. The tune is insane and dope. I for the most part have a great deal of fun at whatever point I am working, and it's practically a similar route for each tune I have ever recorded. We truly had a great time recording Wasted and shooting the video.

Thinking back, is there anything you wish you had done another way in your vocation?

There's nothing I would have the capacity to change, since I didn't have any acquaintance with it would work out thusly. I trust it was quite recently intended to happen and I would prefer not to backpedal and transform anything.

What noteworthy encounters from your youth do despite everything you think back on?

There was a period I went for a prospective employee meeting at the Ikeja High Court, Lagos. It was an oral meeting and I was made a request to sing. I thought I would have been posed some insane inquiries. Yet, they requesting that I sing, as though they realized that I was a vocalist. Around then, I had recently left optional school, and I would not like to sit at home doing nothing.

What work would you say you were applying for before you were made a request to sing?

It was the activity of an agent.

Would you be able to review a portion of the circumstances you spent hustling before fortune at last blessed you?

The recollections are quite recently excessively, and I don't know where to begin from. I am basically out to lunch at this moment. I recall the first occasion when I met D'Tunes. He had requested that I go to his studio to record another melody he needed to use as a mixtape. My home was a significant long separation from where he stayed, and I didn't have enough cash on me. Part of the way through the outing, I wound up noticeably stranded. I needed to call him, even as I beseeched a few people in the city to help me. In any case, D'tunes let me know not to stress, but rather that I should board a bicycle and he would pay when I got to his studio. I think he got the cash the paid with that day from his father.

What's the most imperative lesson you've learnt over the span of your vocation?

We take in consistently, and I am as yet learning. In any case, it is critical to regard everyone, on the grounds that no one knows tomorrow, and everyone is some person. It's simply a question of time. Be as faithful as you can be and carry on with your life.

Who are the general population you consider as good examples, or individuals that you respect?

I respect any individual who makes great music. It doesn't make a difference in the event that you are old or new, inasmuch as you're making sweet sounding music.

What part precisely did Sound Sultan play in your vocation?

I learnt a considerable measure from him. I like his written work aptitudes and the presentation I got when I had the chance of remaining on a similar stage with him.

What challenges do you at present face in your profession?

I simply need to continue satisfying my fans with each tune that I discharge. It's about them; that is the thing that props me up harder.

You went noiseless after your presentation collection for a concise period, what were you doing at that point?

I was working.

It appears you needed to imbue Latin flavor into your music at some point prior, didn't it work out?

Much the same as I said some time recently, I am tied in with making great music; regardless of whether in Latin or some other tongue or vernacular.

There was a period you included Tory Lanez in your tune, what different impacts do you obtain in your music?

It's tied in with doing great music, and I'm at freedom to attempt diverse styles; music is boundless.

You as of late respected your first tyke, what was the main believed that rang through your psyche as a father?

That is my satisfaction. Little Tizzle; she is my property.

What might you change in your way of life for your girl's purpose?

I will do whatever I need to do. I will make the right decision for her. In any case, I don't think there is anything amiss with my way of life. I will know when to do my obligations as a father, and when to have a great time as well. When I must be Sean Tizzle; hang out with my companions and have a decent time, I'll do that. What's more, when I should be with my girl, I will.

What do you consider your one of a kind offering point?

I simply make great music since that is every one of my fans need to tune in to.

How would you spend your run of the mill day?

I stare at the TV.

Do you have different silks and interests that are not known?

I read when I can; yet I generally get a kick out of the chance to play computer games. I simply love to have a fabulous time. When I watch films, I gain from them as well. Some of the time I could simply set aside out opportunity to watch other individuals.

Do you incline toward being with a Nigerian or an outside lady?

Love is the only thing that is important; it doesn't make a difference where you discovered it. We are just endeavoring to hone what is in the Holy books.

A few people have blamed you for being haughty…

Goodness truly? I have never found out about that.

How would you manage faultfinders?

It is their supposition and I regard it.

What are your preferences?

I don't have the foggiest idea; until the point when it happens then I will address the issues.

How might you depict your design style?

I simply jump at the chance to look fly. I want to look great, regardless of what it is I 'm wearing. I like making great mixes, and anything pleasant.

What is your most loved design adornments?

I cherish my studs.

At this moment, we have individuals like Davido, Wizkid and Olamide influencing waves; to do you want to rival them?

It is not about rivalry for me. I simply focus on improving great music and getting at what I do.

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