Nobody ever becomes great, or achieved a milestone status without the influence of another person, as no man is an island, neither is there a person that knows it all, and therefore will say that they had no inspiration through their journey of a chosen career.
So it wasn't surprising when Mavin Record signee Crayon answered a fan on how his musical career had started, as he revealed via his Twitter's page that, dad use to sell CDs back in the days, so that made him had access to a lot of sounds from 2 baba, Mohits, Davido, Wizkid, Drake, Bryson Tiller, Olamide, and a host of other artists.
Obviously the young man really did have the right sounds that helped shaped his talent, as he is one artist that has proven that he deserves to be where he is, when you listen to his recently released EP titled ''12 A.M'' with tracks such as Jackpot, In Psync, Too Correct, and others you will understand that the young man is carving a niche for himself, as he is such a great talent whom has worked hard to be where he is today.
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