VIDEO: Raro Lae has Exclusive Chat with Mc Galaxy Post DMV Promoter Assault

Raro Lae McGalaxyOne of my new favorite Nigerian-American host, Raro Lae, chats it up with singer Mc Galaxy. I watch the clips not for the talents but for her. Maybe she should be the one getting interviewed. 🙂

Last we saw Mc Galaxy on this blog, he was unfortunately assaulted by a DMV promoter who allegedly did not pay him for a live performance but still wanted him to perform. If you missed the story, click here. Mc Galaxy is quite impressive. On his own marketing and promotions, he has been able to amass quite a following as a indie artist and book gigs here in the USA even though he is a Nigerian based artist. I was checking out one of his videos and was surprised to see he had over 6million views, within one year of dropping his video Nek Unek. His ‘Sekem’ video which dropped six months ago has over 1million views. That is rather impressive for a Nigerian artist without the backing of a big record label.

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  1. Winston Balagare says:

    I guess what was written in this earlier piece, below, was true. Galaxy didn't seem too worried in the above video about preparing for his upcoming show.

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