Brillsta - I Don't Want To Be Another Artiste, I Want To Reposition African Music
By DFMedia | self meida writer
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Benjamin Uhuo, who is professionally known as Brillsta, has said that his motivation for making music is not just to be known as 'another' musician in the bloc, but to reposition African music.
The Trap Records Entertainment signee, shared this in a chat with CityBuzz.
The Bullion Van crooner asserted that African music rightfully belong to the top.
Expressing his motivation, Brillsta said, "I don’t want to be just another artiste. I want to reposition African music and take it to the top where it rightfully belongs,”
Brillsta's forthcoming single, Bullion Van is yet-to-be-released but already gaining traction online.
The upcoming artiste also confirmed that, his songs will resonate with all classes listeners across the globe. Quoting Benjamin words, "I really want to make music that resonates with as many people as possible."
According to Brillsta, the African music industry is his to take. In his words, “I’m ready to take the African music scene by storm with a plethora of new songs in the coming months."
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