Skinny South Boy Mubula Mackenzie Udika has stated that for the Nigerian entertainment sector to continue to thrive, the Federal Government must be more aggressive in securing the country.
Skinny South Boy was just signed to Rocket Speed Records International, and his manager, Omotola Slasha, described Udika as “an amazing talent who emerged as the most promising of all the label’s artistes.”
The Rivers State-born fast rising artist is prepared to amaze his fans and the world with fresh, sizzling compositions, and he stated his love for music motivated him to start recording music, claiming that he had always liked music since boyhood. “I used to save all of my launch money for school just so I could buy CDs to listen to.” My love for music is strong, and it is this love that has led me to create songs. Actually, music allows me to express myself better.”
“I make good music,” he stated of the type of music he creates. I write music based on how I’m feeling and what inspires me. I don’t have a favourite genre. I’m a rapper, singer, and songwriter, therefore my abilities span all genres, but my favourites are Afrobeat, Afropop, and hip hop. These are simple to create.”
“I share my story through my songs, my love life, my highs, my lows, best times, terrible moments, and my imaginations as well,” Udika said of his message. People may relate to these topics because we all go through life.”
“Looking back at where we started, I think we’ve made a lot of progress,” Skinny said of the condition of the industry, adding that “the introduction of the internet and social media has really increased our reach.” Afrobeat has gained worldwide recognition. Earning a spot in the highly competitive global market is a significant achievement. However, I believe that the Nigerian market should be more diverse. When there are so many untapped abilities in other regions of the country, the weight in Lagos is too much.”
He mentioned the cost of staying afloat in the music business as one of the challenges. “Considering the size of the market, breaking into the scene is costly. You must be consistent in your art production, and this consistency necessitates finance.”