By Kehinde Ajose
Ronnie isn’t yet an household name in the music terrain, but she is already talking like a veteran. The fast growing Afro pop artiste, who just released her first song of the
year titled Julie, reveals to Showtime why she doesn’t believe in love “I don’t believe in love, I believe in friendship.
The word love is too ambiguous and is godly. Can any man die for a woman?” she says. When asked if she can go unclad in a music video she said: “I can’t go unclad, there must be clothes to cover up. So many people want to know if I was naked in My body video, but I was not. I covered up inside. Acting is a make-believe world”
Commenting on what comes first whenever she is composing a song, the ex- banker said she believes in passing a message with her song and not just about the melody.
“I always love to pass a message in my song. For me the message comes first. The lyrics are secondary and melody last. All these three are very important to me as an artiste”
Since Tiwa Savage’s pregnancy announcement, music critics have continued to talk about what the pregnancy means for other female artistes. Ronnie has this to say: “Those who will breakthrough will definitely do with or without Tiwa’s absence. The river is huge for anyone to swim”.