My Voice Is Unique, I Don’t Sound Like Anyone – Music Artiste MO Gevson
The Nigeria music industry is experiencing alots of big waves in the industry. Several talents are being discovered daily with different genres and style of music.
In an exclusive interview with our correspondents, MO Gevson who is one of Nigeria’s fast rising artiste, talks about the journey so far and her journey to achieving stardom in the industry.
Let’s get to meet you, who is MO GEVSON?
MO GEVSON: Mo Gevson is an afro dancehall/fusion musician.
How did music start for you?
Music has always been in the family; my mum was one of the lead singers in the christian women choir at our church. I guess I got lucky, I got a talent passed on from momma.
What inspires your style of music?
My music is inspired by good vibes. Most times i feed off the energy around me and that’s the reason you don’t find me just anywhere or trying to fit into just any circle. I make sure I listen to good music and pay attention to every details from it. MO GEVSON wants to make timeless music so I got myself in the position to sound unique.
What stands you out from other music artistes?
My voice is unique, I don’t sound like anyone, unless you want to sound like MO GEVSON.
What relationship do you have with other music artistes?
I got a few cool peeps in the industry, like my hommie Oxlade
Are you planning any collaboration, if yes who. If no, who will you like to have ?
I would definitely love to make beautiful music with Oxlade and that’s not because he’s on major tracks these days, it is actually because i love his creativity and vocal dexterity.
Give us info on your background?
MO GEVSON was born into a family of 9, parents inclusive though. Yeah, a large number but it’s so beautiful how we grew up to love each other. It’s a simple Christian and military home. A Benue born, Tiv to be precise. My father was a soldier so i grew up in the barracks, Ikeja military cantonment. Maryland boy to the core 😆
What project are you currently working on?
My EP, trust me it’s going to be an embodiment of ART and CREATIVITY. I’m bringing all my creative prowess into this to make it the best out of the industry when it hits all platforms.
Where do you see yourself in few years?
In few years i would definitely be a superstar through God who strengthens me and of course my amazing tunes.
What’s your view about the Nigeria Music Industry?
The industry has grown tremendously and i believe we now listen to more talented artists with amazing voices and delivery unlike what we used to have. Back in the days Music wasn’t considered a career in Nigeria but these days i see prominent men and women in Nigeria encouraging their children to be musicians/entertainers.
How do you plan to make a change?
To embrace critics and get better at my music and to also make sure that my music is 100% original even though the beat changes the genre.
JINGLE OVER – MO GEVSON
Author: Adesina Kasali