I've always and will always love music. Music is like a part of me, a part of my everyday life. I grew up to enjoying and appreciating music probably because my entire family had a flare for music. I remember recording my first demo track back in 2005. It went above my own expectations, everyone fell in love with it. In no time, i became the topic of discussion all over my neighborhood. It was so overwhelming that I took up music fulltime. But unfortunately, somethings I guess are not meant to be.
My entire family supported my music, but at that point, i was just a kid who just graduated from high school. And given my family status which required certain expectations from me, i was advised to pursue a degree in collage before continuing in the pursuit of music. So I kept music aside hoping to return someday and went to school. I really don't know what happened, I guess I got stuck with education to a point that I saw music as a hubby and no more a dream for me. Eventually, I let music sleep away. Today, i regret making the decision of leaving music whenever I think about it. It's not like having a degree was a bad idea, It in fact has made a part of who I am today. But I just feel letting music go was a big mistake because I was good at it.