If there is one artist that should be on top of the charts right now, it has to be Darey Art Alade. Yet, it appears there is always a start, stop, start, stop theme to his music career. At some point, he promised us a penetration and integration into the US music markets and even did a collabo with an American hip-hop artist Chamillionaire towards that end. Then we heard barely anything. Last year, pictures of him hobnobbing with UK celebs emerged and it seemed like he was staging a comeback. He dropped a few singles and then we did not hear anything, again. Now he is back on the radar with a couple of singles and an interview on Factory 78. Especially for an artists who appears to have a lot more resources than the average artist and the talent to match, I really would like to see a long term sustained career and I wonder if this might just be it. Watch his interview with Factory 78 and see what he has to say about it all.
Factory78tv welcomed Nigerian supesrtar Darey into the studio for a catch up. The SoulMuzik singer came down with label mate and new signee Mo Eazy to talk about his latest projects ” Asiko and Sisi Eko” and ofcourse Mo Eazy’s “kosoro”. Watch the multi-talented singer talk about the challenges faced in making the video for Sisi Eko in Lagos, his taste in different genre’s of music and SoulMuzik’ plans for new artiste Mo Eazy.
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