According to him, “Coming from Atlanta and just hanging around them inspired him.
“I remember seeing them with Jay-Z and Kanye West in a room and honestly, they had a lot to do with me wanting to do music even though my father has also been a mentor.”
In the early stage of my career, I was like a one-man-band. I made the beat for the first single, and equally recorded the song myself.
“I mixed and mastered Dami Duro myself. When I was getting bigger, I could no longer do everything myself.
“Now, I have producers and songwriters who I work with. I now believe in collective efforts.
“The business side of everything is important. Music is just about 30 or 40 per cent,” he said.