Omah Lay Credits Previous Generation of Artists for His Success in Nigerian Music

Afropop Sensation Acknowledges Influence of Burna Boy, Wizkid, Davido, and Olamide

In a recent interview, rising Afropop star Omah Lay expressed gratitude to the previous generation of Nigerian artists for paving the way for his success in the music industry. The “Soso” singer credited icons such as Burna Boy, Wizkid, Davido, and Olamide for laying the foundation that allowed him to thrive.

During the interview, Omah Lay reflected on the impact of these influential artists on his career trajectory. He emphasized that their contributions to the music scene created opportunities for emerging talents like himself to flourish.

“I feel like I wouldn’t have been here if it weren’t for the previous generation – Burna, Wiz, Davido, and Olamide – they are the reasons why I am here right now and I am doing it like this,” Omah Lay stated. He expressed humility about his own style, admitting that while he couldn’t pinpoint what sets him apart, he remains true to himself in his music-making process.

The singer’s comments underscore the collaborative nature of Nigeria’s music industry, where established artists often pave the way for newcomers. Omah Lay’s acknowledgment of his predecessors reflects a culture of respect and appreciation within the Nigerian music community.

Watch Omah Lay’s interview below for more insights into his journey and perspective on the music industry.

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