Johnny Drille Reveals Don Jazzy’s Mother Was The Inspiration For His Latest Hit Single

John Ighodaro, commonly known as Johnny Drille, a Nigerian artist, has revealed the idea behind his successful song. Johnny Drille, the amazing artist, recently opened up about the inspiration behind his famous song, “My Friend,” in a recent interview with Hip TV.

The song was spurred by the death of Don Jazzy’s mother, according to the musician. Johnny Drille claimed that he co-wrote the song with Don Jazzy and that the song was the concept of the Mavin boss. He also explained that he considered numerous factors, including the fact that he knew many people were going through something they wouldn’t be able to communicate, thus he felt many people would be able to relate to the song.

In the same interview with Hip TV’s KimOprah, the musician shared how he got started in music. It was the night he was evicted from Project Fame in 2013 after failing to make the top ten cut, according to the newlywed singer. He described how he felt like a loser after being kicked off the reality talent show, which inspired him to pursue a professional career as a musician.

The musician has also lately addressed concerns regarding his relationship with Tomi Ojo, particularly now that he has revealed his married status. Drille described Ojo as a platonic buddy.

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