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Prior to my first music performance, I used to get bullied – Boy Spyce reveals

“I used to get bullied in school but after that I stopped getting bullied”, Boy Spyce says, noting how his first performance changed his life and how others treated him.

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Latest Mavin Records activation Boy Spyce is gradually becoming a fan’s favourite through his distinct sound and unique branding, also thanks to his first major project—”Boy Spyce” EP—which was received massively with positive reviews and streams across the Nigerian populace and on various DSP’s but he has revealed that loving him was not always the case as he had to endure some taunting amount of bullying pre his first performance.

On how he became someone everyone grew to love, Boy Spyce narrates his formative days experiences with Motolani Alake on Pulse One on One show. Before going on to narrate the moment he realised music was his life’s dream, Boy Spyce said he was shy and never really sang out in public but his friends in school knew he was gifted musically and took the grand step to help him overcome his shyness. “I attended a boarding school and that really shaped me because my friends pushed me to sing for the first time to a crowd. So ever since then I’ve been trying to record songs . . . just work on myself.” Boy Spyce shares with Pulse.

That would eventually become Boy Spyce’s first music performance before an audience. On how the performance went and how it shaped him, he says: “It went very well because I was very very shy to sing but my friends connived and told my teacher I could sing, so my teacher just called me one morning like “Hey”, I thought I was in trouble but told me I was going to perform to the whole school, I did it and it actually helped me in school because I used to get bullied in school but after that I stopped getting bullied, seniors started loving me, my classmates, my crush started liking me too. So that’s when I knew that [this music was meant for me].

Ever since, he would go on to work on his craft, becoming the Boy Spyce we now know of today. He released his 5-track debut EP on 15th April, 2022.

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Simi puts out new single “Naked Wire”

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Simi utilizes her soothing vocals, gliding smoothly on sombre new track Naked Wire, containing bass drums and acoustic guitar strings in its production made by P.Priime. Naked Wire is a dingy record on which Simi reflects on her lover, appreciative of how keeps rekindling their love or “spark my wire” more like a naked wire.

Simi is overwhelmed by the mannerism in which her one true lover showers her loving attention, even admitting to the incomprehensibility of it (“E dey burst my brain ooh See I cannot believe / . . . / Me no fit explain ooh”). The physical touch, kissing, gentle loving and overall romance are what makes Simi confident in knowing she is been pleasurably pleased by her man.

Lines like “I know you feel my desire” and “I’m drowning in the depths of my heart desire” are some of the beautiful expressions Simi uses to express her thankfulness to her man because “The language of my body / You speak it so fluently”.

The 2:42 minutes song will be the 4th track on “Tbh (To Be Honest)”, Simi’s third studio-album to be released in the near future.

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Lil Kesh and Joeboy ooze luxury on “Vanilla Bottega”

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Lil Kesh is back again with another hit. He calls on Joeboy for this one titled Vanilla Bottega. Bottega is a high fashion brand notable for making big-budget high-top leather boots costing an arm and a leg to an average man but to Lil Kesh and Joeboy, money is not the issue as they brag about the affordability of this item and more that come with the lifestyle they are exposed to.

But When I step in my new school Vanilla Bottega boot / Make nobody con step on my shoes”, Lil Kesh sounds off as to the expensiveness of the Bottega shoes he has on, asking for it not to be stained for he hopes to retain the value for a long time. Incase you are wondering how he can afford a shoe worth over ₦500,000, Lil Kesh brags, “I’m keeping my coool, cos my pocket is full / Jejely, Jejely, I be catching my cruise / Anything I buy, I’m buying for two / For me and my boo”. He ends the verse with the sound warning as he did before: “Don’t step on my shoes”!

Apart from the being able to afford a Vanilla Bottega boot, they, that is, Lil Kesh and Joeboy, sing about the plethora of woman dying for their attention, the flashy jewelleries to compliment their “drip”, their indulgence in the fast-life such as drinking, partying and touring the world which comes with a first class treatment. In short, they sing to their accomplishments so far, hoping to continue enjoying such opulence.

Listen to Vanilla Bottega:

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M Huncho features BNXN on “Pray 2 The East”

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UK Rapper who has built a repertoire on trap-type beats using a go-to auto-tune voice preset to rap about his pains, gang life and love for the good life calls on BNXN (fka Buju) as both acts exchange bars on new track, Pray 2 The East.

M Huncho rhymes on always keeping it business whenever dealing with men who are not his G’s and the luxury life that comes with it like “Poppin’ Xanax for the long hour flight / Land in LA made these packs take flight” but takes time out to shout-out his friends locked up in prison, asking them “to just wait on it” as he is very assured they would get released in due time.

BNXN’s verse on Pray 2 The East is strictly money talk with bars referring to him living the comfortable lifestyle and doing whatever he wants on his own will, flexing playing video games like UFC at 3AM in the morning while eating sushi but he doesn’t let the glamour and luxury deter him from his goal of being grounded on the money chase as he sends special praise to his brother and personal DJ, DJ Tillz for always rocking with him on his journey to money and fame.

The song is produced by JAE5 and is the 8th track on “Chasing Euphoria”, M Huncho’s new album to be released on May 20 (tomorrow).

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