I am A Victim Of fake promoters in the music industry – Captain Bang

I Am A Victim Of Fake Promoters In The Music Industry Captain Bang 1
I Am A Victim Of Fake Promoters In The Music Industry Captain Bang 1

1. Let’s meet Captain Bang

My given name is Hammed Badmus also known as ( The white Spirit )

2. What spurs your interest in music?

What spurs my interest was when listened to California love by 2pac , that song diverted my attention from ragga music to rap and since then i fell in love with Hiphop Rap music

3. As a fast rising act, what are the challenges you face?

My challenges are lack of trust , i say this out of experience cause i was a victim of many fake promoters in the music industry and these is affecting a lot of new talents who are struggling to make it to the top .

4. From your accessment, how will you rate Nigeria’s music industry?

Nigerian music has gone so far and wide, i can testify that Nigeria music is competing with any other genre of music globally right now , which is a good one for africans and for anyone who vibe with Afro Music All over the world .

5. Who is your role model and why?

2pac is my role model simply because he sparked my interest into rap music and i found his music inspiring . His music in an open eye for me and it also help changes the way i see the world and struggle of young black male .

6:What’s your plan for 2020?

My plan is to make my music to be heard , locally and Internationally . 2020 is a big comeback for me and my coopcake team . We are working to put out a good music out there back to back and also 2020 is another chance for me to pass my message across .

7: Many Youth dabble into entertainment and end up not finding their bearings. What’s your advice for fellow Youths?

Well my advise for the youths is to be patient and peep the game , learn from those who know the game , create a concept and image for your music ,stay focus and never give up

8: Growing up, do your parent support your choice of career?

Well as for my parents , it’s 50/50 as long as i didn’t abandoned my education , they had no issue with me exploring my talent and me finding my callings in life

9: If something is to improve in Nigerian music, what would it be?

Royalty is important , it survives many artist globally. Nothing rewarding than spending while receiving income on your investment . and also for the artist getting credit for their hard work

10:Tell us about your life. How do you cope up with female admirers?

As we all know , females are part of the music industry and they play a significant role , so i think they deserve to be well treated .

11:What’s your fashion sense?

I love the hiphop urban style , that jeans and sweat shirt , white tees , caps , bandanna and durag style lol . I still fuck with the 90’s hiphop fashion images .

12: How do you relax?

I relax with music, indoor or outdoor , especially during vacation around the sea side .


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