Well known Nigerian artist, Johnny Drille has imparted to fans exactly what has interfered in his making of a 'hit song'.
As per the artist, some birds who need to be heard so severely had interfered with him in the recording process.
Be that as it may, the artist went further to share that he recorded their sounds even as he named them.
Sharing on Instagram the artist stated:
Frogs have now joined. They'll do the backup vocals. Hit song really taking shape. Watch out!
See His Post Here:
Johnny Drille Biography In A Nutshell
John Ighodaro (brought into the world July 5, 1990), expertly known as Johnny Drille, is a Nigerian singer and lyricist. His profession came into the spotlight when he released a cover of "Awww" by Di'Ja. He is at present signed to Mavin Records.
Johnny Drille was raised in Edo State, Nigeria. His dad is a school head and clergyman. Johnny Drille began singing in his dad's church at an early age.
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