Victony Shares His Perspective On Collaborations Among Newer Artists

Nigerian Afrobeats sensation, Victony, has given his thoughts on the value of emerging musicians working together, emphasizing the role that collaboration plays in building solid relationships within the business.

The multi-talented singer, who is well-known for fusing hip-hop, R&B, and Afrobeats in a unique way, stressed the value of collaborating with other upcoming musicians in a recent interview with Adesope for Afrobeats Intelligence.

Victony has worked with a wide variety of musicians, such as Omah Lay, Buju, and Oxlade, among others, and he has personal experience with the advantages of collaborating with other talented individuals. These partnerships not only result in the development of catchy songs but also give musicians the chance to pick up tips and tricks from one another’s songwriting and production techniques.

The 23-year-old musician, who rose to fame internationally with his popular duet Holy Father, has been a strong supporter of the Nigerian music industry and has frequently stressed the value of encouraging and supporting one another. Collaborations between emerging artists, in his opinion, are essential to the expansion and advancement of the sector.

Victony’s remarks are made at a time when Wizkid, Burna Boy, and Tems are leading the way in the Nigerian music scene’s popularity increase. Future developments in the industry will be shaped more and more by the partnerships formed by up-and-coming artists.

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