Fast-rising Singer, Khaid, Unravels His Journey To Stardom

Sulaimon Shekoni Solomon, better known by his stage as Khaid, has provided details about his path to fame before coming across Sydney Talker. On the HipTV television program “Trending,” which is hosted by reality personality Kim Oprah, Khaid spoke candidly about his impoverished beginnings.

He made it clear that he had always felt that he was destined for greatness and saw these menial occupations as essential stages on the journey to achievement. Khaid said that he worked at a number of low-paying jobs before being noticed by comedian Sydney Talker, who signed him to Neville Records.

The 18-year-old artist talked about his previous jobs, which included being a painter and a mechanic at various points in his life before becoming famous.

This information was made known after Khaid affirmed his promise to support Mohbad’s family with a donation of two million naira and to give Mohbad’s son, Liam Aloba Eyinimofeoluwa, 100% of the revenues from his recently released tribute song, “Forever.”

Additionally, Khaid is scheduled to play at the 7th National Youth Games’ closing ceremony on September 30 in Delta State. The effort is in line with the state’s pledge to deliver the National Youth Games in a brand-new way, leaving contingents and spectators with fond memories of sports and fun.

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