I Almost Refused To Produce Portable’s Zazuu Zeh – P Priime (VIDEO)
Nigerian ace music producer P Priime has confessed that he was first hesitant to compose a song like ‘Zazuu Zeh.’
The Grammy-nominated adolescent producer revealed this in a vlog on his YouTube channel.
P. Priime, who produced Reekado Banks’ ‘Ozumba Mbadiwe’ and Teni’s ‘Jo,’ said he pondered declining a request to produce Portable’s ‘Zazuu Zeh’ because he didn’t want to make similar sounds anymore.
Olamide’s impact, he claims, influenced him to compose the song that became a major smash.
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Since its release, Portable’s Zazu Zeh song has thrust him into the limelight to meet other top celebrities and travel the world to perform the hit song.
Away from that, Afrobeat musician, Femi Kuti has declared his desire to be cremated after his death.
Femi said this during a concert at the New Afrika Shrine last Sunday, according to The Nation.
Femi Kuti stated that he did not want a noisy burial ceremony, but rather cremation following a private funeral attended by his family and friends.
According to sources, Femi’s younger sister Sola Kuti, who died in 1997 soon after their father Fela Kuti, was cremated in Lagos.
“When I die, please cremate me, burn my body. It is the most hygienic way,” he said..
Femi also urged his audience to examine what occurs to bodies buried in Lagos cemeteries.
“Have you all thought about Ikoyi cemetery? This Lagos has been in existence for let’s just say 60 years and people die; if they don’t die today, they will die tomorrow and that burial ground has never been full. And if you check it, it is not like it’s one million acres since I was little when we used to bury people there,” he added.
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