I’m not a gospel artiste – Timi Dakolo clarifies

Timi Dakolo

Timi Dakolo, the well-known Nigerian singer and songwriter, has shed light on his artistic style.

While his music is influenced by gospel, he wants it to be known that he doesn’t identify as a gospel artist exclusively.

Timi Dakolo stressed that his music spans various genres and cannot be confined to a single classification.

This clarification was made during his recent appearance on Cool FM Lagos, hosted by OAP Do2dtun.

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The host inquired,: “People sort of categorize you into gospel.” Are you a gospel musician?”

Timi Dakolo replied; “I am not, by any chance. I always say to people, ‘Is there a gospel banker or architect?’ It is you that decided that is what you want to do. Art is art.

“I am just an artist. In fact, I am not an artist; I am a creator of art. You can box my music into a particular genre. I am much more than a wedding singer. ‘Great Nation’ and ‘Wish Me Well’ are not wedding songs. If listen to my new album, you are going to hear that [my diversity]. ‘Men Of The South’ is a song about cultural pride.”

Additionally, Timi Dakolo mentioned that he performs at gospel events because of his Christian faith.

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