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FEATURE is not guaranteed; so, you should have a plan B just in case things don’t work out as planned. I am glad that they raised me that way. Once I was done with my university education, they allowed me to pursue a career in music. Music Music is where my heart belongs. I have always been artistic and I used to be a choir member in school and church. However, I have not thrown away the business brain I inherited from my parents. For an artiste to become successful, he or she must be a good business person as well. The fact that you have not heard much about me was intentional. I was in the university and I went to music school too. I had to learn how to play instruments and how to write music very well. I also sang at gigs in the UK and got paid. Over there, that is how it works; you don’t just wake up and say you want to be a musician. You have to pay your dues. When I was at the university, I was in a band of four. I have been recording for years because I have a studio at home, I just released my first official single, Tenderoni, featuring Skales. Generally, I call my sound Afro-pop. I look at what is trending and incorporate it into my sound. Tenderoni is strictly afro-pop. Criticisms If anyone says I am only capitalising on my father’s fame and wealth, I don’t have an issue with that. I have already accepted that people will form their own opinions about me and I don’t intend to fight it. I will try to work hard and hope that my music speaks for me. I don’t think it is my job to change people’s perception about me. I will just continue to do what I love to do. I think that people make a mistake when they think that since we were born into a wealthy home, we don’t need to hustle. At the end of the day, a wealthy man is a wealthy man and his children are not automatically wealthy. My father is a fantastic man and he looks after us, but he always tells us that his money is not ours. Parents will always want to support their children, but I don’t think he or my mother wants me to depend on them all through my life. I want to be independent of them; I want to have my own children and be responsible for them. One day, my parents will not be around again and I have to take care of myself. Personality I am a bit reserved; I like spending time with myself. I like to stay at home and see movies. However, I am learning to be more outgoing and to do things that are related to my craft. I also have the strangest taste in things, but I don’t want to go into details. Romance Love makes the world go round. Love is very important and we should always be kind to each other. For me, I cannot be with a man who doesn’t pay me compliments or bring out the best in me. I don’t believe in listing specific qualities that my ideal man must possess because those qualities cannot decide whether the person is good for me or not. If I say I want my man to be tall, black and 22

FEATURE I just try to dress in a way that reflects how I feel. If I see something that I like, I wear it. I think my style is quite laid-back, but I like to look comfortable and stylish. Battle with Ailment Recently, the songstress took to her Instagram account on Tuesday to reveal her ordeal. According to her, the treatment of the ailment has affected her appearance and confidence. However, she assured her friends and fans that she is recuperating. She wrote, “For over a year now, I’ve been very social media shy… life shy if I’m being honest. Last year l was diagnosed with a condition & it was the toughest season of my life… But with God and some really special people by my side, I made it through. “I grow stronger every day and the worst of it has passed… but there have been a few after-effects of my treatment, one of which has greatly affected my confidence… because it’s quite obvious. Being in an industry that places a high value on appearance, I found myself unable to reconcile taking medication that helped my mind but affected my weight. “I fought with all my heart to be here, and I’ve been feeling quite down that this one ridiculous thing is keeping me hidden. I’m alive! And what a blessing that is, especially in a season where so many people lost loved ones. “I also understood something today… that to stay self-conscious about my outer appearance, is to undervalue my inner healing… it’s an injustice to my mind, body & God-given creativity. To look in the mirror and be embarrassed about my scars is to disregard how I got them and belittle what I’ve survived.” (sic) Tolani further thanked her friends and family who reached out to her and sent her words of encouragement. She added that she was slowly making her way back to making music as she loves it. handsome, how about if he doesn’t support me? Right now, I am in a relationship though. Fashion I don’t regard myself as a fashionable person even though people think I am. I don’t look at fashion magazines or follow trends to know what to wear. 23

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