Fast rising Nigerian singer, Seyi Vibez has spoken about his type of music, explaining the elements he adds to make his songs sound the way it does.
The Nigerian singer revealed this in an interview with Dadaboy Ehiz on Apple Music Africa Now Radio Podcast, describing his type of music as Afrobeats sound that infuses Soul music.
While explaining, Seyi Vibez stated that he borrows from Fela Kuti’s Afrobeats, while Islamic as well as Celestial settings influences his songs.
“My sound is just afro soul, some Fela Kuti vibe, some Islamic vibe, some celestial thing. It’s a mixture of a lot of things.
“I would describe my sound as Afro-soul. I do conscious music a lot, anyone that knows Seyi Vibez knows me with a lot of conscious sounds, so when I started doing the South African Amapiano to my fusion, I started putting my conscious sound on it, even though there are fast beats, there are slow beats, I started adding my conscious sounds to it so that makes it more of my genre.”
Also, Seyi Vibez addressed the issue of copying other artists, stating that his sound is original.
“’I’m not trying to sound like no one, it’s just pure me. The way I sing from way back, I also know how to put it on fast beats, so everything’s just going.”