Nigerian singer Flavour features in docuseries 'Loud in Africa' – Voice of Nigeria – Voice of Nigeria

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Nigerian singer and songwriter Flavour has been featured in a documentary series,  ‘Loud in Africa‘.
 

 
The fact-based series will delve into the career journey and the dynamic processes driving experts in the creative industry to exploit their skill set.
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The founder, Abass Akeju, a US-based multimedia executive, described ‘Loud in Africa‘ as a “series exploring the background stories of some of Africa’s music cultures, creative experts, challenges and inspiration behind some of their dominant projects”.
The first episode saw Flavour explain his foray into the music industry, experience role model, and motivation.

 
“I started playing drums in church, and while at it i got inspired by some of the artists performing during concerts in church and was motivated to be just like them”, he said.
Abass Akeju also noted that the series will be periodically updated and feature more established both hike and in Diaspora, African artists and experts in the creative niche.
“All series will be available on Apple TV for streaming,” He added.
38 year-old Flavour N’abania or simply Flavour formally known as Chinedu Okoli is also a Nigerian instrumentalist. Flavour is popularly known across Africa and the world for his hit song “Nwa Baby”. He is currently signed to 2nite Entertainment.
 
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