Fireboy, Rema, Joeboy are not in my league, compare me to Timaya, Burna Boy - King Perryy

Fireboy, Rema, Joeboy are not in my league, compare me to Timaya, Burna Boy - King Perryy

- Singer King Perryy has made it clear that he is not in the same league with the likes of Rema, Joeboy and Fireboy DML

- The music star noted that he hates comparison, but he would rather be compared to the likes of Burna Boy and Timaya

- According to the singer, he is in a lane of his own

Nigerian artiste Anthony Offiah popularly known as King Perryy has made it clear that he does not wish to be put in the same category as some young Nigerian singers that are currently rocking the music industry.

The singer revealed this during an interview with Tooxclusive.com. Fielding a question from an interviewer about being categorized with artistes like Rema, Joeboy and Fire DML, the music star made it clear that he does not like comparison.

According to him, he is on a lane of his own and there’s no reason for his art to be compared with that of his colleagues.

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"I hate comparison so much, I don’t think you should call these names and call me because I’m in a lane of just my own. My music is me," the singer said.

Explaining himself further, King Perryy noted that should there be a need for comparison, he would rather be compared to the likes of Burna Boy and Timaya.

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In 2018, Legit.ng reported that Timaya who is the owner of DM Records, left many people stunned on social media after he got a brand new 2018 Dodge Charger worth $35,190 which is approximately worth N12.7m.

The award-winning singer took to his Instagram page to share photos of the brand new luxury car as he described it as a 'lil Christmas gift' for the King Perry.

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Some months ago, ace music producer Don Jazzy, took time out to celebrate young talents in the Nigerian music industry.

In a post shared on the microblogging platform, Twitter, Don Jazzy hilariously listed out a number of artistes that have the suffix ‘boy’ attached to their stage names. Don Jazzy congratulated Fireboy, Joeboy, Remyboy and the biggest of them all, Burna Boy, for all they have achieved in 2019.

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