Saturday, 1 April 2017

"Keeping my voice for my fans was the greatest challenge" – Singer, Poet6ix


In this exlusive interview with mr Danlington a.k.a Poet6ix, he talks more about life, fame except...


Can you tell us your name sir? 

I'm Darlington Mboma Known as Pablo with my stage name Poet6ix

Can you tell us more about yourself?

Smiles!...well, I grew up in a Christian home where I am forced to go to church every day. Growing up was funny believe me. I have a lot to talk about but let me say less, I was free to understand how the street rolls and I became known with the name Junior. In kirikiri estate, I was one of the best footballer and every night we do come outside the street to rap and sing.. all my friends were rappers, only me do sing..

Are you still in school?

Ofcourse not, i'm a Graduate with a Bachelor's degree certificate. I studied at Esep Le Berger universitie (Benin republic)


When did you start singing?

I was born with Music.. started at the age of 12, started going to studio and acting like studio rat just to listen to RnB and Afro Jam.


What would you say is your greatest achievement?

My Family and my Fans yet.

What is your greatest challenge?

 My voice. I know I can't be perfect but keeping a perfect voice for my fans was.

What were the challenges you faced when you started singing and how did you overcome it?

I was financially disable, but when I started my career, my parents helped me in every way to be in that studio boot.

Do you have any other source of income apart from this job?

Lol. I'm an Igbo man, We invest. No matter how small it is.

So who have you worked with in this music industry?

I have worked with Several producer..I have worked with Aybee 1, Brain Cousin. I have worked with the best Producer in Cotonou C-MENLOY. I have worked with many dope act in Benin republic and Nigeria too.

What project are you working on now?

 An EP.

What can you say about the current situation in the country, does it have any negative effect in the music industry? 

 My beautiful country, if it's bad or good, Nigerians must make it.. It affected me but God was on my side every min.

Are you a member of PMAN? 

NO.

 How many songs have you released so far?

Ah!...i can't count o! Like I said earlier, I'm a song writter.

Any album yet?

Not yet but soon...

Are you under any record label?

No. For now, its One man Driver

Are your parents in support of what you do?

%10000 support from them, they are my backbone any day anytime. All thanks to them!

How do you relax?

Family and friends.. Family is everything, so, chilling with them is never too much.

What message do you have for your fans out there? 

I'm Music, Music is me.. They should never stop believing in me because when it's my time,it will also be my turn and I have lot of songs down for you them, without them, i can not shine.

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