A fast-rising star, Afeez Aderinmola Adegoke popularly known as Raymond Fix has shocked his fans in a new interview granted to the press, stating that he would have joined the USA Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on the condition that if he was born abroad.

Raymond Fix added that he would have joined only with the aim to helping people. “If I were born in the US , I would have become an FBI agent. I love helping, and keeping the world safe would be amazing,” he stated.

Nigerian based Afro-pop singer and songwriter, Afeez Aderinmola Adegoke popularly known as RAYMOND FIX is unarguably a talented Nigerian singer and songwriter. Born in Lagos State, Raymond Fix moved to Akure when he was nine years old. He grew up singing at home and listening to the nostalgic Afro-juju songs of King Sunny Ade and Dele Taiwo, Afro infused artists like Plantashun Boiz, Remedies etc. while blending his Nigerian roots with a Western pop sensuality like Tu Pac Shakur, Craig David, Joe, and R. Kelly.

RAYMOND FIX described himself as a multi-talented entertainer, performer, singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist who has always had a flair for music. He asserted that this makes him a better artiste, because he the fact he knows the right notes to hit.

Speaking generally about music, Raymond Fix said: ‘Music isn’t just about just singing, it goes beyond that, the humility in it and the power to control the fame and I think being able to humble myself, control the fame and interact with my fans. Music connects the world, regardless of the languages spoken different in the world, music makes it one language. I believe music is something you never learn, it’s something that comes natural, it’s a gift bestowed from God.”

On his influencers in music and who he would love to collaborate with, the songwriter, instrumentalist and entertainer mentioned that he would not say he is influenced by any specific act, adding that he said he is self-influenced, and he is his own reason he sings but he appreciates and likes some acts, which he believes really do it well, artists like Akon, 2face and Davido.

“These 3 people I just mentioned are people who inspired me, not just by their music alone but their humility and heart to give back to the community”.

He hinted that he is currently working with the rave of the moment producer Blaise beats, “In 2022, I would be dropping my next EP and trust me, it is something Africa and the world is not ready for,” he stated.

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