EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH PRINCE OLANIYI OLUWAFEMI ADEWALE BRIGHT AKA FEMZEAL PERFORMING ARTIST AND SONG WRITER

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH PRINCE OLANIYI OLUWAFEMI ADEWALE BRIGHT AKA FEMZEAL PERFORMING ARTIST AND SONG WRITER


What is your name? 

Prince Olaniyi Oluwafemi Adewale Bright Aka (Femzeal)
Performing Artist, Song writer, from Western Part of Africa based in South Africa, CEO OF( FME)
What is your quest? 
Actually music is a pleasure in my home. I will rather miss my meal than stopping  me from singing. I have being doing music since my childhood, though not consistent then. I just came back fully this year.
WHAT… is your FAVORITE COLOR?
All colors are beautiful but I love blue, and white.
How did it all start for you?
I started when I was a little boy, my Dad used to play King Sunny ade’s music and we both dance, and dance until you got tired, though I never knew I will becoming an Artist.
Until I started have a great feeling I can do it.. I can say  my Dad has already seized me up, and he always support me.
Who inspired you?
Mostly king Sunny Ade through listening to his music, and some other great music.
Who do you have a lot of respect for?
Everyone.
What single night out has been the most memorable for you?
A lot we encounter as underground Artists.
One day I was invited as a guest artist to a birthday party, during my performing, some huge thugs came on stage to harass me I quickly drop the microphone and runs aside… After 15 to 20 minutes later the Celebrate come too me and apologize, saying he has talk to those thugs that they won’t come to disturb us again.. as an Artists someone who is looking to show up his talent, immediate I go back on the stage started entertain people those thugs clamp the stage carry me to the nearest bush and beat hell out of me….
Ouch it was a terrible night.
What is your opinion regarding the difference between old school Music and modern Music ?
Regarding to the Old school music and modern Music are two difference thing,  Music they take time to write Songs, they do proper voice training, arrange properly. Non like Modern Music, but mind you some people are still doing good music, not compared to those who drop Commercial in order to make quick money, their are two difference optimistic.
Do you think this has hurt exclusivity of having a certain sound? 
Having a certain sound might not really help sometimes, in case you got features from a different others, or angle, I think is good to be versatile.
As a Musician  what make you “unique” ? 
One thing I believe for sure is that, being “unique” can’t fall from heaven is the ability of your hard working, will effect things happen.
Weather you are a Musician, DJ’s, Journalist, TV presenter, Blogger, MC, Comedian, etc… What showcase You is your different style makes you optimistic I think that’s what makes you unique.
What is one track that never gets old for you no matter how many times you hear it?
KING SUNNY ADE (Ekilo Fomo Ode)
2FACE IDIBIA (Africa Queen)
CRAIG DAVID (walking away)
JOHN LEGEND ( all of me)
WIZKID ( oju elegba)
FEMZEAL ( see my face)
What is one track that got popular that you can’t stand?
Non because with God all things are possible.
How do you handle pressure of life?
I believe what doesn’t killed teaches, a lesson. a lot of pressure slow dreams down.
Basically in the community, where no one think of your exciting.
Frustration, depression, undermine, we encounter day by day but still we don’t give up because given up is a failure, something great doesn’t comes in easy way though  we know is one of those, victim of life. Also there is a proverb says, what goes around comes around, we are fighting  survival of life.
A word to your audience

You guys are super wonderful, without you guys who is Femzeal. I love you all, God bless you guys.

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