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Why I returned to do music in Nigeria after US university degree – Samzy

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Why I returned to do music in Nigeria after US university degree – Samzy

After completing his university degree in the United States of America, talented singer, Samuel Osamudiamen, aka Samzy, has returned to Nigeria to make music.

Samzy, while speaking with our correspondent, said his parents didn’t have an issue with his decision to focus on music after spending years and money to obtain a degree.

He stated,

“My parents are based in Nigeria but they always visit America. They have been supportive of all I do and I don’t plan to do crazy things too. All they wanted from me is to finish my university education and I obtained my degree in December. They are happy about it, but right now, it is about me doing what I love to do.”

He insisted that he had all it would take to compete in the Nigerian music industry, saying that he had been waiting for the opportunity all his life.

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Samzy narrated,

“Professionally, I started doing music in 2015. It has not been easy but I’m growing every day. Even though I have yet to drop an official single, I have been doing backup for artistes in the US.”

“I have what it takes to compete in the Nigerian music industry. I was born for this, trust me. I have been waiting for this moment all my life; I didn’t just wake up one day and wanted to do music. I have been working on different aspects of my life so as to be a better musician.”

On why he chooses to do music in Nigeria, instead of America, he said he wanted to contribute his quota to the development of his state of origin, Edo State, and Nigeria as a whole.

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Samzy added,

“I came back home because I see myself as a Nigerian and my country comes first to me before any other thing. Music in America is on a different level; so, I want to introduce the sound into Nigerian music. I want to do something good for my state and country.”

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