Pheelz Reveals Why He Pulled Omah Lay’s Verse From “Finesse”; Says Reekado Banks Also “Had A Verse”
Nigerian music producer Pheelz made headlines after explaining why he pulled Omah Lay’s part off the song “Finesse.” BNXN, Omah Lay, and himself initially worked together on the song.
According to Pheelz, He needed to release the song immediately because he had received multiple threats, so he spoke with his manager. Oddly enough, Omah Lay was releasing a song he had co-written with another musician at that moment. He explained to Omah Lay why he had to take out his verse, and Omah Lay accepted the idea without any problems. Strangely, Reekado Banks and Omah contributed verses to the song Finesse, according to Pheelz, but they had to be pulled down in the dying minutes.
Fans and music enthusiasts sang and grooved to his “Finesse” song with BNXN almost immediately after its release. It was a great smash. He even had the opportunity to play the song a few days after its debut during one of Davido’s performances at the 02 Arena in the UK. Over 20,000 music fans showed up for Davido’s 02 Arena concert, which was sold out, to see the performer of the ubiquitous hit live on stage.
The Raving Nigerian musician and composer Phillip Kayode Moses, better known by his stage name Pheelz, wowed the crowd at the sold-out NSG Music Show with another outstanding performance. He has since performed the track in numerous other venues and concerts.
The young producer/artist put out a body of work called “Pheelz Good,” which featured popular songs, including “Electricity” with Davido and “Finesse” with BNXN.