I Left to Focus on Family: Pass Me Your Love crooner AY.com Returns to Music Scene Years after 'Disappearance'

I Left to Focus on Family: Pass Me Your Love crooner AY.com Returns to Music Scene Years after 'Disappearance'

- Singer AY.com has said that he didn't find fulfilment in all he was doing when he left the music industry

- The Pass Me Your Love crooner revealed that his time away made him realise that music is a part of him

- AY.com then noted people now appreciate music more than when he used to be around

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Nigerian singer AY.com was introduced to the music industry with his hit song Pass Me Your Love which he featured Terry G in. The song ruled the airwaves and it became one of the favourite music for lovers.

However, just as he was gaining ground, he ‘disappeared from the industry. A few years later, the singer has made a comeback with a remix of his hit song which he featured singer Peruzzi on.

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In a chat with Legit.ng, AY.com explained that he quit the industry for a while to focus on his family, however, he was also involved in other stuff.

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Singer Ay.com
Singer Ay.com speaks on his music career. Photos: @ay.com
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He said:

"When I stepped down a little, I was doing other stuff too. It wasn't like I left music and I was just raising kids. I realised along the line that music is part of me. In all I was doing, I didn't have that sense of fulfillment. I came back to music right now because this is all I love to do. This is my life right now and I'm giving it a 100."

The singer went on to talk about the difference in music between when he left and now that he has returned back to it.

"Music right now is more serious than then and now they appreciate it more. The sounds have changed too and there are more eyes in our music, we've gone international."

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AY also noted going international does not mean that our sound will change.

"We won a Grammy with our sound, so, they do not have a choice. Our sound is the reason why they love African music, so we are not going to change our sound. Our sound is going to be intact but more refined."

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Watch him speak below:

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that American rapper Snoop Dogg danced to Wizkid's song.

Snoop Dogg, in a video posted on Twitter by @MHDee06, shared the moment he was having a nice time on his Instagram live stream.

The clip garnered well over 180k views with many praising the Joro crooner for his Essence song - a track off his Made in Lagos album - which is loved beyond the shores of the country.

Source: Legit.ng News

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