Crayon Shares On Days Of Family Struggles Before Music Fame On Glitch Africa

Crayon, a well-known Nigerian singer, recently revealed personal details about his family’s struggles. He spoke about how his mother had to sell fruits for 19 years straight in Iyana-Iba, Lagos, to make ends meet. The singer shared this information while discussing his latest album, ‘Trench to Triumph’, which he called his real-life story on Glitch Africa. According to him, the album reflects everything he went through before he became famous. It portrays the challenges he faced, the obstacles he overcame, and the lessons he learned along the way.

Crayon proudly shared that despite facing challenges in the past, he has emerged victorious, and his life is now moving in the right direction. He reflected on his strict upbringing, where he and his family lived in a community with constant conflicts between the neighbours. Despite these difficulties, his mother worked hard to provide for their family by selling fruits for almost 20 years at the Iyana-Iba market in Lagos. Now, Crayon is enjoying a triumphant era where everything is going well. His story is a testament to the power of hard work, perseverance, and determination to overcome obstacles and achieve success.

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