A singer, Ibezim Okehi, aka Sir IB, has said he always uses his music to address issues in the country.
In a statement sent to Saturday Beats, he said, “I believe in Nigeria and hope to lend my voice to issues, with the expectation that the country will get better. I love my country and I want to see it work.”
The United States of America-based singer also noted that his latest song titled, ‘Fire in Nigeria’ x-rays contemporary issues in Nigeria. He said, “The song captures what is happening around Nigeria at the moment; the everyday issues that ordinary Nigerians complain about and seek solutions to. I am happy that I can talk about these things through my music.
“I am a complete homeboy. Though I currently live in New York, my love for Nigeria is deep. My heart is in Nigeria and I keep track of happenings there.
“I usually speak with friends and loved ones who tell about their daily experiences. I am pleased to be home now at the moment (on holiday) and I have seen many of those things myself.”
The singer also noted that there are challenges in every society, and people need to find ways to solve them. He said, “There are challenges in every society. So, it is important for people to find solutions to those problems.”
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