“How many people wan sleep with me” –  Liya breaks silence following exit from DMW

“How many people wan sleep with me” -  Liya breaks silence following exit from DMW
“How many people wan sleep with me” –  Liya breaks silence following exit from DMW

Ex-signee and first female singer at the DMW Records, Liya breaks the silence on her supposed reason for exiting Davido’s record label.

Recall that the Liya announced her exit from the label some days ago after two years of being under the management.

Even though she never admitted her reasons for leaving DMW, she affirmed to always be part of the Record Label’s crew member. Liya’s newly released song tagged ‘I’m Done’ spark speculations as it supposedly suggested her reasons for leaving Davido’s Record Label.

The lyrics of the song reads in part, “If you fuck with me, I don’t fuck with you. Eyin melo gan le fe ba mi sun (How many of you want to sleep with me?), my life is full of many bra-titude.”

The lyrics has since set many fans into speculations of living the label due to suggestive moves from the male-dominated crew.

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In other news, Nigerian singer, Magixx, has described meeting popular music executive Don Jazzy as an answered prayer.

Magixx speaking during an interview, talked about the career and problems of media personality Oghenovo Egodo-michael.

The musician, who claimed to have been doing music for approximately 15 years and began recording his own songs at the age of 13, confessed that being signed by Don Jazzy was a once-in-a-lifetime chance.

In his words;

“It was an opportunity of a lifetime. Many young artistes out there want to be signed by Don Jazzy, so it is an opportunity I am grateful for. I remember times when there was no opportunity and I kept working. But, God finally answered my prayers, and here we are. We are still working.”

Speaking on his biggest musical influences and how have they impacted his music, the singer said;

“I have had big inspirations from way back. Lagbaja is one huge influence on my music. I also love Celine Dion, as well as the late Tupac and Notorious BIG. I also listened to lots of Fela’s music when I was a child, and that of many others, because my dad often played music in the house.

One thing is certain— all those people had influence on my views and how I wanted to go about my music. Today, I am influenced by the likes of Drake, Wizkid, Burnaboy and Davido, who inspire me in different ways to believe in African music.”

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