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Pheelz Reveals He Has Not Abandoned His Spiritual Roots; Says “I’m Still A Church Boy” Despite Secular Music Switch

Philip Kayode Moses, the Nigerian music producer and singer who goes by the stage name Pheelz, recently opened up about his personal beliefs and how they relate to his music. In an interview, he stated that although he creates secular music, he still considers himself a “church boy.” He went on to explain that his upbringing in a religious household has significantly impacted his life and music. Despite branching out into the secular music world, he has not abandoned his spiritual roots and still values the lessons he learned from his religious background. He believes that his faith has helped him stay grounded and focused on his goals, and he hopes that his music can inspire others to be true to themselves and their beliefs.

Pheelz Reveals He Has Not Abandoned His Spiritual Roots; Says &Quot;I’m Still A Church Boy&Quot; Despite Secular Music Switch, Yours Truly, News, March 2, 2024

Pheelz, who grew up singing and playing keyboards in his father’s church in Lagos where he is a pastor, always knew he would transition from producer to artist. Pheelz shared some interesting insights during his interview with MTV Base Africa. He revealed that his hit song ‘Finesse’ unexpectedly went viral on TikTok, highlighting social media’s power in promoting music. Pheelz’s openness about his creative journey is inspiring and serves as a reminder that success can come from unexpected sources.

“That journey is long, bro. I feel like sometime in my life, I would probably make a movie out of all these stories because it’s inspirational to me and I think it can be inspirational to a lot of other people.”

“Grinding from Coded Tunez down to running YBNL; making music with Olamide, Fireboy, Adekunle Gold, Lil Kesh, and other artists outside the label… First of all, I wouldn’t change anything for anything because the journey has been beautiful both the ups and the downs. “But I still see myself as that same kid from my church. That same 10-year-old playing the keys and my dad is doing the sermons. I still see myself as that kid in the choir because it’s still the same passion that drives me and has been driving me all these years.”

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