By Imanuel Jannah
Seth Ubogu, simply known in the music industry as Seth is gradually gaining grounds as a star.

With his single ‘Kilofe,’ which was produced by Dr. Amir, the young dude struck the heart of music lovers.

In this interview with VANGUARD, Seth talks about his road to music, revealing the troubles on the way and how far he has travelled the road.


How did you begin your journey into music?

I grew up singing in my local church at a tender age. I actually was a praise and worship singer at my local church having been brought up in a Christian family.
At what point did you decide to go professional with your music?

I started music professionally after I lost my dad. Education was too expensive so I had to depend on my talent.

Do you come from a family with musical background?

My elder brother owns a musical band ‘Royal maestros’ and my sister leads the church choir. I am also a bit of a drummer.

What was your family’s reaction when they knew you were going into music for a living?

My mom has always had my back from day one. My family support has always been present. Gone are the days were parents have to choose everything for their children. Nowadays, they support their children in achieving their dreams.

Which artistes inspire you the most?

I will say 2baba..
In what ways are you promoting your brand in order to join the list of A-list artistes in the country?

I’m just going to make good music with great sounds and be consistent.
You’re currently promoting a song. tell us what inspired it?

The song is titled “kilofe” and it’s actually my first song to drop. It’s a song that talks about lovers so it’s basically a love song.

What goals have you set for yourself in music?

I want to standout in the music industry all over the world. Nothing last forever so before I grow old, I want to be listed among the great that Africa produced.

Who is your female celebrity crush and why?

I love every one of them, but i think Yemi Alade is incredibly sexy and extremely Talented, Tiwa Savage is doing what no one thought was possible, and Uzo Aduba is making us proud in Hollywood.


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