I’m not perfect, but I’m working on it – Singer Simi gets emotional one year after first album release

Nigerian singer, Simi, has opened up about her journey as a musician. The 30-year-old songbird shared an emotional post as she celebrated one year of her first album release

Breaking into the Nigerian entertainment industry is not so easy, especially for female musicians and those that do always have a story to tell. 30-year-old singer, Simi, recently opened up about her journey so far in the music industry on social media.

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Celebrating her first album release which just clocked a year, Simi shared some deep truths about becoming one of the cherished vocalists currently rocking the Nigerian music industry. She revealed that her first album Simisola was personal and emerged from the core f her heart.

She also shared details of some of the controversies that have added to her fame and made her who everyone now knows as the soulful singer. Simi also expressed appreciation to her true fans who saw recognised her potential from the very beginning.

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Surprisingly for many, it’s been many years of hardwork off which she’s just reaping the fruits. Not only is she thankful for the journey, she also showed how emotional it is for her to have come this far with both oppositions and supporters.

Read her post below:

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1 year ago, today, Magic happened. Take a seat. It’s about to be an epistle. . If I said I wasn’t and am not constantly blown away, and overwhelmed by the love you guys constantly show me, it would be a big lie. . It took my team and I years to compile the content and emotions packed in this album. I work with a group of people, without whom I couldn’t possibly be who I am today. Thankful for them. . I remember a big part of me wanted to prove myself. I wanted to make a statement. It’s not a secret that to thrive as a woman in the industry isn’t exactly a stroll in the park. People second guess you. Make you second guess yourself. It was especially annoying for me, because I felt too many people were fixating on the wrong things. Some said I was only successful because other men put me on. Some people wrote headlines and used TV shows to talk about my fashion sense (or lack of it 😂). Some were upset about how simple I was and me not trying to change that, because “she’s a celebrity, how dare she?”…etc. . However, if there’s anything I’m most sure about, it’s that I will never live my life to make other people comfortable. Even if I make mistakes, they will be my mistakes. So I have to say thank you to those that fixated on the things that mattered – from the beginning. Those of you who saw my heart and understood that I was and am just trying to live my truth one day at a time. . I’m not perfect, but I’m working on it. Will never be perfect, but I’m alright with it. This is why “Original Baby” was my fave song on the album – because it was my truest and most personal song. . So I put all my energy and heart into working and reworking SIMISOLA. Told my team not to put anything in my schedule for a while. I’m a perfectionist, so I would sometimes obsess over the songs. . I kept removing and adding songs. I replaced two songs about a month to the release date. Some days, I would wake up and love the album, others, I would go to bed hating it, cos it didn’t feel right just yet… . But on the 8th of September, Magic happened. And I’m so grateful that magic was my magic and you experienced it with me. I love you. So much. Thank you #SimiArmy

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Meanwhile, talented Nigerian singer Simisola in a recent interview revealed how she met the first love of her life when she was only 13.

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