Tuesday, 12 August 2014

BRAIN Set To Drop “Lubadi” video…

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 Releases Behind-The-Scene Pictures

“We Are In Love” Saeon and Uti Nwachukwu


 Saeon spoke with Punch about her career, love relationship with Uti Nwachukwu 

I don’t like to put my personal business out there. I have known Uti for a while and he was in my only video. I met him prior to shooting the video because he helped me to bring some of the things I used in the video from England. We started talking, hanging out and then this. We are in love and he is a very honest person and also genuine. People would always say things about him which obviously are not true but that would not stop him from being him. He is God-fearing, very funny and of course, good-looking. This affair is no publicity stunt; even though I know Uti is a big brand and I am only an emerging brand.

On competition in the industry
Competition is healthy; it makes you want to grow. I am carving a niche and creating a brand. When I first came into the industry, some people said that I sounded like Tiwa Savage even though I did not see the semblance. I took it as a compliment but I need people to understand that Saeon is Saeon.

Music can be rewarding
It gets more financially rewarding as you grow. As people get to know you, you get more shows, though as an up and coming artiste, you get to do some shows for free but that can still be counted as experience so you are not losing out in any way.

No album yet
I went professional in 2012 but I have been putting out music since 2009 to pave the way for me. I don’t have an album yet because if you understand the norm in Nigeria, you are expected to be known all over and have a hit single before you can put out an album. I just released a single, ‘Boogie down’ featuring Wizkid.  I am not with any music label. I have been funding my career by myself and with the help of my parents. I don’t think I want to join a label and have to wait on the line. Any record label that wants me to put pen to paper must be able to bring to the table much more than I can as an independent artiste.