Pheelz Identifies As A Ladies’ Man, Not A “Woman Wrapper”

Pheelz recently appeared on the well-known audiovisual podcast F&S Uncensored, which Feyikemi Akin-Bankole and Simi Badiru host. During the conversation, he spoke extensively about the impact his “ladies’ man” persona has on his work. Despite being frequently associated with hip-hop and trap, Pheelz asserts that the ladies’ man persona plays a significant role in his music.

The producer-cum-singer stated that his cologne, body physique, looks, and lovemaking skills have the ladies hooked on him. It’s a little funny how he also does not think the real attraction is his money and fame, but then again, we wouldn’t know because assumptions and real life are two different things.

New adoring fans may be unaware of Pheelz’s influence. With his extensive body of musical production, he helped launch the next generation of Afrobeats artists onto the world stage. At the tender age of sixteen, Pheelz collaborated with his friend and Nigerian icon Olamide to produce his first hit, “First of All.”

Since then, he has worked with celebrities like Davido, Akon, and Tiwa Savage, to name a few, and has produced songs and albums for artists like Adekunle Gold and Fireboy DML. However, a turning point in Pheelz’s career was marked by the success of his song “Finesse,” which was a defining track of 2022. The song became a global hit, establishing Pheelz as a household name in the vast Afrobeats scene.

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