- The Stanley Brothers went viral after a video of them singing was posted on social media; they've shared how it all started
- Joshua and Goodluck Stanley have beautiful voices that made people instantly fall in love with their talents
- According to Joshua, he started singing at the age of two and he was the one that taught Goodluck how to sing
The Stanley Brothers and their mother have disclosed that their new-found fame has brought a lot of help to their family.
Recall that Joshua and Goodluck went viral after a video of them singing with their melodious voices was shared on social media.
Speaking with BBC News Pidgin, Joshua and Goodluck said they intend to use their music to inspire people to believe in themselves.
According to the kids, they wish to work with Gospel artistes like Mercy Chinwo, Tim Godfrey and a host of others.
Joshua said he started singing at the age of two, adding that he taught his brother how to also do the same. He admitted that Goodluck who started singing at the age of three now sings better than he does.
In his words:
"I started singing at the age of two. After seeing choirs sing every Sunday, I will go home to practice on my own."
Joshua said he started the viral video when he asked his elder brother to record them while singing.
According to him, he was overjoyed when the video went viral on social media.
Also speaking, the boys' mother identified as Zegbalame Stanley said she was happy when her kids became internet sensations.
According to the woman, the boys started singing when they were much younger. She sometimes breaks down in tears when they sing and she asks herself how she will take care of the kids.
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According to Zegbalame, people gifted her kids cash when their video went viral. She said she believes the boys will go places.
Nigerian man sings cover of Wizkid's song
In other news, a young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @BoySpyce has amazed people with his sonorous voice as he sang the cover of Essence, a song by Wizkid.
The young man who tagged the musician to his tweet begged people to help retweet his clip so that it can have a wider reach.
One of his lines that hit hard is:
"I dey jump danfo you dey fly jet, Your flex money na my house rent..."