Terry G Says Most Present Day Artistes Are Egocentric
Terry G Bashes Artistes: Nigerian Long time music artiste, Terry G in a recent interview with Sunday Scoop (The Punch) describes present day artistes as “Egocentric”.
Sharing his thoughts on the new set of artistes currently making significant waves in the music industry, he praised them for their hard work as Nigerian music is now being recognized globally.
However, he noted that they are egocentric but can always improve.
According to him:
“Although most of them are egocentric, I must praise them for putting in extra work. Now, we are recognized globally. There are just little lapses but there’s always room for improvement”.
Speaking on his recent musical collaboration with Skiibii titled “Adura”, the “Free Madness” singer said he had always had a cordial relationship with Skiibii and felt like it was high time they collaborated.
“We have always had a cordial relationship, so I felt it was high time we did something together.”
The artiste, who used to be controversial for his constant adulation of marijuana and altercations with other artistes, maintained that he had been spending the lock-down period with his son.
“The lock-down has been interesting for me. I am presently with my son in the United Kingdom, and our father-son bond is getting stronger everyday.”
Terry G also noted that though some may think his sound had changed because of the direction of his new song.
He brings this issue to light…
He explained that he is versatile and can do all genres perfectly and play different kinds of instruments. He added that he just decided to show the cool side of himself but his next song would be the real shocker.
“I am versatile. I can do all the genres of music perfectly and play different instruments. This time, I just decided to show the cool side of me but trust me, my next song would have everyone walking around with their bells.”
We can’t say NO to that, neither can we doubt it because we know what Terry G can do.
His intense music energy is what draws fans to him. He oozes a natural aura for craziness and is nonetheless a part of the “psycho” team.
The award-winning singer maintained that being true to himself was one of the most important lessons he had learnt on the job over the years.
He said, “One of the lessons I learnt over the years is to stay true to myself. Be true to yourself and ensure that no one ever looks down on you.”
We are glad to have him back in the music spotlight.