How I once tried to copy Beyoncé – Fireboy DML

Nigerian musician Fireboy DML admitted to trying to emulate Beyoncé’s performance routine in the past, but ultimately found it challenging to keep up with the Grammy-winning artist.

As a result, he focused on artist development to enhance his own stage presence.

Speaking in a recent interview with RollingStone, Fireboy DML said: “Right from time, even when I used to write my saddest songs, I used to imagine myself playing them in front of millions of people. I always imagine myself on stage when I write my songs.

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“So taking that energy from the studio to stage is really a piece of cake for me. What matters to me is making sure that I have fun. When I enjoy myself, everyone else enjoyed themselves. Step by step, I learned from the greats, I studied; did artist development stuff like vocal training.

“There was a time I tried to copy Beyonce’s routine. But I didn’t last two days.”

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