Upcoming Nigerian Singer Reggie Recounts Meeting ‘Oyinbo’ Helper through the Internet

Upcoming Nigerian Singer Reggie Recounts Meeting ‘Oyinbo’ Helper through the Internet

- A fast-rising Nigerian singer, Reggie, was recently noticed by New Zealand music maker, Willy Fehoko

- The founder of Fejoint Productions reached out to the Nigerian singer to work together via the internet after hearing one of his songs

- According to Willy, the plan is for Reggie to blow up in New Zealand then come back to Nigeria with a bang

PAY ATTENTION: Legit.ng is on a mission to support vulnerable children of Calabar – join the initiative on Patreon, let’s change more lives together!

The Nigerian entertainment industry is no doubt bursting with talents and one of them was recently discovered via the internet.

Abuja-based singer, Reggie, caught the attention of New Zealand music boss, Willy Fehoko, after hearing one of his songs called Ghana Girl.

According to the Fejoint Productions founder, he and his team had already worked on a song but felt it needed more. Thankfully, he discovered Reggie’s music on the internet and was greatly impressed by it.

Read also

Singer Peruzzi reacts to allegation that he slept with Chioma, calls it 'crazy'

Upcoming Nigerian Singer Reggie Recounts Meeting ‘Oyinbo’ Helpers through the Internet
Upcoming Nigerian singer Reggie and Willy Fehoko. Photos: @kingreggiejr
Source: Instagram

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Legit.ng News on your Facebook News Feed!

While speaking with Legit.ng’s Abisola Alawode, Willy said he was impressed by Reggie’s streams on Ghana girl and decided to reach out to him.

In his words:

“I came across Reggie through a song, Ghana Girl. Once I heard Ghana Girl I was like ‘wow, who is this guy.’ I looked him up and was like ‘why isn’t this guy blowing up?’.”

The New Zealander said he had no hassle reaching out to the Nigerian singer who later agreed to work with him.

Reggie on the other hand said that he was already working on a number of projects when he was contacted. He also said that his work with Willie ‘didn’t feel like a huge project. It felt like ‘let’s jump on this track and see what we get’.

Read also

Nobody should stress me, religion is personal: Okey Bakassi on differences in Islam and Christianity

The Nigerian star however fell in love with the track immediately and that gave him enough motivation to give it his all.

Willie also said that Afro music is big in his country and there seems to be an automatic connection his people have with it. He added that Reggie sounded different and was nothing like he had ever heard.

The Fejoint Productions owner later said that Reggie would most likely be flown to his country so that they could work better together. He added that the plan was for him to blow up in New Zealand then come back to Nigeria with a bang.

See the full interview below:

PAY ATTENTION: Join Legit.ng Telegram channel! Never miss important updates!

Nice one.

In other entertainment news, Legit.ng earlier reported on five interesting facts about legendary Nigerian highlife musician, Oliver De Coque.

Oliver Sunday Akanite popularly known by his stage name Oliver De Coque was a Nigerian highlife musician whose music inspired a lot of people around the world. Today, April 14, Google celebrates the legendary musician with a Doodle.

PAY ATTENTION: Do you have news to share? Contact Legit.ng instantly

Source: Legit

Online view pixel