Even though he has a couple of hit tracks doing well out there, and performs at some of the biggest shows in the country, “Double Wahala” crooner, Oritse Femi believes he is still nowhere near his best yet.
In his words, “To me, I think I still haven’t gotten it right…I haven’t gotten to my climax. If you can remember, I once told you that I’m going to be a great person, and not just in music alone, but in every good way, and I’m still working towards that.”
Hinting that he will be releasing an album soon, the brown-haired singer said, “I will be dropping my album any time from now, and it is titled, “Money Stops Nonsense (MSN).”
Oritse Femi who was recently hosted by weekly entertainment and networking event, Industry Nite, expressed his gratitude to fans and colleagues for turning out in large numbers to support him. In his words, “It’s amazing, and I feel really great that this much people came out to support me. This is the type of thing I’ve been expecting and praying for all my life and career…”
On his perceived humility, the Ajegunle-bred artiste stated, “Well, I always try to be myself in everything that I do. I also try as much as possible to keep away from trouble. You have to be careful of what you do in life so that you can leave a good legacy.”
Introducing the new MSN signee, Oluwaseun, Oritse Femi said, “We’ve got one artiste on MSN now, and his name is Oluwaseun. All I can say is that you should watch out for this young dude. He’s a Babcock University undergraduate, and I have been keeping him under wraps before because I wanted him to conclude his education, and now, he has just about three months left for him to graduate. I signed him on because I think he is a dynamic and unique artiste. He is also like a younger brother to me.”