“Why I switched to rapping in Igbo Language” – Rapper Phyno opens up (Video)

Nigerian indigenous rapper, singer and music producer Chibuzor Nelson Azubuike popularly known as Phyno has opened up on the main reason why he switched to rapping in Igbo.

"Why I switched to rapping in Igbo Language" – Rapper Phyno opens up (Video)

Phyno become a prominent figure in the music industry as his rapping style and sound of

music has been accepted by fans and lovers of good music.

However, not many would have known that the award-winning rapper started his career by

rapping in English before he switched to his language, Igbo.

Speaking on Adesope Live “The Afrobeats Podcast“, Phyno opened up on how his wish to

appeal to people of his tribe and region made him switch to Igbo rather than his English style of rapping.

According to the talented rapper, he wanted his people to enjoy his music and this pushed him into making the big decision.

Phyno who has gone on to collaborate with top artists in the musical world also revealed some

big names in the industry that influenced him as he pinpointed illbliss as one of them.

See video of Phyno speaking about his musical career below:

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