Actor Jude Chukwuka Says He’s Bridging The Gap Between Old and Young Generations With His Music Remakes

Actor Jude Chukwuka Says He’s Bridging The Gap Between Old and Young Generations With His Music Remakes

  • Actor Jude Chukwuka has described his latest release – the remake of Asake and DJ Spinal’s Palazo, as the tip of the iceberg
  • According to him, he has a lot in store for his fans and revealed that the video got a lot of reactions both online and offline
  • He also explained that what he does by remaking those songs as an older person is bridging the gap between both older and younger generations

Nollywood veteran actor Jude Chukwuka recently dropped a music video for the remake he did of Asake and DJ Spinal’s Palazzo and it stirred a lot of reactions on social media., however, spoke with him on this new release, why he has decided to shoot a video for the remake and also his fans’ reactions to the video.

Read also

"This isn't a skit": Lasisi Elenu finally gets engaged, unveils lover, proposal video sparks sweet reactions

54-year-old Jude
Jude Chukwuka on why he does music remakes. Credit: @judechukwuka
Source: Instagram

Grandpa Marlian, as he is popularly called, revealed that after the release of the Palazzo video, he got a call from one of MI’s agents who wanted him to vibe to the rapper’s latest release ‘The guy’.

He also explained that the video really did well online and right now it is the second most watched video on his page, after the Naira Marley’s mafo video which he did.

PAY ATTENTION: Share your outstanding story with our editors! Please reach us through!

“The Palazzo video is the second most-watched video on my page now after the Naira Marley’s mafo video that I did. Since I have posted it, the traffic hasn’t broken, more and more people are sharing it and as they share it kept spreading like wildfire,” he said.

Chukwuka also added that the Palazzo video was just the tip of the iceberg and that his fans should watch out for more from him.

Read also

“Wey him papa?” Fans ask questions as Wizkid’s son Tife Balogun graduates, singer absent at ceremony

On the older generation’s reactions to his remakes

When asked to talk about the reactions he has gotten from the older generation who are his contemporaries to his remakes, 56-year-old Jude said he sees himself as bridging the gap between the older and younger generations.

He said: “You know, that is the attraction, many of my friends have called me to tell me, Jude, it is because of you that I started listening to these boys. Sometimes they say, oh, so this is what this guy was saying here.
“They actually get to know the exact lyrics of these songs from my videos. Some of them don’t even like listening to them at all, so it is when I break it down that they listen and start to fall in love with the songs.

Check out Jude Chukwuka's Palazzo video below:

56-year-old actor Jude Chukwuka causes a stir online as he remakes Asake’s Palazzo, shoots video for it

Read also

‘The Lion King’ composer Lebo M on the hunt for the ex who allegedly sent hate comments to him on social media reported Nollywood veteran actor Jude Chukwuka wowed his fans and other social media users when he released a music video he did for his remake of Asake and DJ Spinal's Palazzo.

The video, which was shot by renowned filmmaker Akin Alabi, got everyone talking as they hailed him for always delivering.

Many of them also hailed him for correctly getting the lyrics to the songs and for always having his swags on point.


Online view pixel