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Asake, Seyi Vibez don’t sound alike-K-Solo



Popular music producer, K-Solo has opened up on why he has never been nominated by The Headies.

The beat maker made this known on popular podcast, ‘Conversations with Kenni’

He said:”Headies has never nominated me but they have nominated all the artistes I produced songs for.The same thing with Paul Play, Klever J, same with the late Kefee and Timaya.All my artistes have always gotten Headies nominations .They have all won.So what happened to the producer? I  don’t care.I don’t leak people’s bottom.I have always believed in my job.This is the vibe that I give to my artistes that gives them the strong believe as well. Kefee was a gospel artiste, ‘Kokoro’ was the first gospel song that was being played in the clubs back to back. Headies is a business”.

He added that the drive back then for music producers was to take music to the next level, not to compete.

“When we started out, it was not just a competition, it was about taking our music to the next level.That is why somebody like Konga can be on tour in the UK right now”.

K-Solo also debunked the notion that Asake and Seyi Vibez sound alike.

“Seyi Vibez and Asake don’t sound alike.Because they have similar approach to music, people think they sound alike. Seyi adds more of Yoruba to his lyrics, why Asake blends them with English.The adages they add to their songs makes them similar. Their voice texture are different, their production is different.Asake does more of Amapiano, why Seyi Vibez flows on any kind of sound”.