- Omah Lay has said he was in the university for about six months and just had to drop out and hasn’t gone back to school
- The singer, who is now gaining attention globally, said it was a hard choice to make for him as he needed finances for school and needed time for music production
- He, however, revealed that as things started to become big for him in the music industry, he could not go back to school
Nigerian Afrobeats star Stanley Omah Didia, popularly known by his stage name Omah Lay, has explained how music made him drop out of school, and since then, he hasn’t gone back.
The singer made this revelation during an interview with DW The 77 Percent in Germany recently. According to him, it was a very hard choice for him to make.
He explained further that at that time, he was learning music production, and he needed money for school and also time for music production.
The singer stated:
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“Somehow, I just loved music production so much that I could let go of school for it. I felt like maybe sometime I would come back to school, but when I got really deep into music production, I couldn’t go back to school; I didn’t even have the time.
“Sometimes, it felt like the wrong choice, but then, I started making beats that people would hear and they would be wowed. I started writing songs for people started making beats and people started loving what I was doing and I am here right now in Germany, doing this interview."
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It would be recalled that Legit.ng reported that Omah Lay got his fans worried and confused after he shared a disturbing line on social media.
The Godly crooner in a recent post on Twitter declared that he had lost his way in what looked like self-appraisal of himself and was willing to return to God.
Omah Lay also said his goodbye to an act he didn't mention in the tweet, raising concerns about what it could be.