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Music is made for me – MaXimo

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As the Nigerian music industry continues to reveal new acts and sounds that appear to be redefining the musical space, budding singer-songwriter Ibrahim Pemisire Lukman, aka Maximo, has revealed that music is made for him and that he would shock the scene with its sonar.

Over the years, MaXimo said that he had taken his time to study the music industry and was heavily influenced by top artists inside and outside of Nigeria, including 2Baba, D’banj, Wizkid, P-Square, 2Pac , Eminem, Meek Mill, among others. and added that he chose something from every musician who has crossed his path.

MaXimo, speaking about the rapidly rising career that has seen him release top-notch songs that dominated the airwaves, hinted that making music and keeping his fans entertained over the years has helped him understand the tune that they want and what to throw. The perfect time.

Featuring popular songs like Binary, Know, My Girl, featuring Chuddy K, and Good Vibes featuring Oyinkanade, MaXimo said he has more in store as he prepares his fans for the release of his debut EP.

“The plan is to remain relevant in the music industry and continue to give my fans good music that will outlive me. This is a new rave for Afrobeat acts and I’m happy to be a part of those who are redefining the music scene. This is our moment and we have to take advantage of it now, ”he said.

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