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Flavour reveals why he choose to work with young blind singer Semah

Popular Nigerian high-life singer, Flavour, is in the trend at the moment ever since he featured Liberian youngster, Semah in his latest EP.

In a chat with Saturday Beats, the singer noted that when it comes to music, there are no limitations.

He said:

“I was introduced to Semah through Masterkraft and traditional Queen Ruler, Juli Endee, during my trip to Liberia last year. Semah performed at the Liberia Peace Cultural Centre. His vocals, intonation and confidence blew me away.

“When it comes to music, impairments do not exist, as for me, music is spiritual. Therefore, there are no limitations as to whom I choose to work with.

Cobhams Asuquo is another extraordinarily talented producer and composer that I worked with on “Virtuous Woman” as part of my fifth studio album ‘Ijele – The Traveller.’ There are no bounds to creativity.”

He however opened up that working with Semah has taught him so much about humility. He said the boy exudes so much confidence one wouldn’t believe he is just in his early teenage years.

“Working with Semah has been incredibly humbling. He is a vibrant young boy, who at a young age is very sure about himself and confident.

I admire these qualities, which have made it a pleasure to work with him. I haven’t really experienced any challenge working with Semah. He doesn’t allow his visual impairment to hinder him in any way,”

Flavour said.

Speaking of his greatest achievement as a singer so far, the high-life musician simply said:

“To date, I’ve been blessed with so many awards and accolades for my music. The greatest achievement for me is that my music has given me wonderful opportunities to contribute positively to different African communities especially through philanthropy.”


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