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Sunday, 10 March 2019

Pere Music Talks Career In Anticipation Of His New Single

Once again, here's our interview session conducted by one of our (XclusiveVibes Nigeria) representatives, this time with Pere Music — prolific Port Harcourt based gospel artiste.

The excerpt entails: 

Hello, Pere Music.

Welcome to XclusiveVibes Nigeria interview session.

Thank You.

I'm glad to have you here with us.

I'm glad to be a part of it.

What we have been seeing is: Pere Music, Pere Music; we'd love to know more than a little about you.

Okay. I am a songwriter, singer, composer and producer. I've written songs for people in Ghana and I've also helped arranged songs for people in Nigeria. I love music in general. I love all genres of music, that's why I added music to my name, because it comprises of the genre. I love God and I love to teach, too (Leadership, music etc)

Well, that's awesome. But, we are sure that music isn't your surname, since your stage name is Pere Music. We want to know who Pere Music is — your full name, where you come from, and the rest.

My name is Peredesbofa Kubor: Kubor is my surname while Peredesbofa is my name. I am from Bayelsa State, but I was born in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

Yes, that's what we want to know. Because your fans would definitely want to know these, or isn't that true?

Yes, it is.

So, how did you discover your talent? How did it all begin?

It started 2011, when I joined a local church choir named Love Assembly Mission at 54 Harold Wilson Drive. I was a dancer before, a very good one. But, I never knew I had the gift of singing, too, in me until I joined the choir. Since from then, I grew rapidly in music, and I'm still growing till date. 

In the gospel music industry, who do you love learning from?

Deitrick Haddon and Marvin Sapp

Although I learn from so many persons too but these are my main role models or teachers in music

Great! Great! Now, back to this tune of yours, which we've been anticipating. Can we know the inspiration behind it?

Its a song channelled towards people who are going through difficulties  in life, hardship, delays etc.. The song gives listeners a re-assurance of Gods promises to his children.. Telling them that if He has said something or promised us something... No matter the challenge and delays we face His word will definitely come to pass in our lives... So that's where the scripture Numbers 23:19 came from...

So, what do you want people anticipating it to expect? When is the release date?

Excellent music in terms of the instrumentation, vocals etc...

For the release date am not too certain yet but it will be this month maybe 19th or some other date. But definitely this month.

They should also expect inspiring lyrics.

That's great! So, what are your words for other gospel artistes out there?

Don't have any words for them o.

Seriously, you don't have any word of advice for them!

Seriously, I don't.

What can you say about XclusiveVibes Nigeria?

XclusiveVibes Nigeria is an awesome brand. I heard about it from a friend, I think it's already an household name.

Okay, Sir! Thanks for taking out time from your busy schedule to honour our invitation for this interview. It has been great having you here.

Thank you, too.

So, that ends the interview! The link will be out by tomorrow!

Okay, Sir. Thank you

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Thursday, 20 September 2018

“Most Artistes Today Don't Care About Lyrics” - PH Artiste, Dhe Miracle Talks Career In Anticipation Of His New Single

On this edition of our timeout with outstanding individuals in an interview session, we have Miracle Edeh with us. He's here to discuss career, and a little about himself. 

Here's the excerpt from the interview:

Okay. Welcome to our interview session, Mr Miracle!

Thank you! Good day!

How do you feel being here for this exclusive interview?

I feel excited, and a bit nervous!

We're glad you feel excited, but why are you nervous?

Yeah! cos' I really don’t know what to expect and as such, I’ll like to clear that my nervousness doesn’t imply fear!

Just take a deep breath, you'll be fine. So, tell us about yourself!

Alright! The brand is “dhe Miracle”, and the name behind the brand is Edeh Miracle; I’m a pianist from a gospel background who loves doing music not just for the fun of it, but I see it as a medium to cause people to relax and ease stress and also a tool to address present day situations!

That's great, so how about your locality, age, likes and dislikes?

Well, I’m 23 years old. I’m a native of Agbani, Nkanu West local government area of Enugu state.

I love playing with colors and I dress based on my mood. I wear dull colors when I’m sad. Ughh! I love good music, bad music is a huge turn off for me. That pretty much sums me up, musically. Lol!

So, you don't really have much dislikes, right?

Yeah! Apart from snitches and friends who back stab, I don’t have much dislikes.

Good to know, really good to know. Now, concerning music, how did you know music is the path for you?

Well! I discovered that whatever we all find ourselves doing that we find joy doing that’s our default path. Growing up, I never really knew how to sing. I started as a drummer but later got attracted to the Plano and grew in it over the years, later my voice started developing; it was forceful at first, but regular rehearsals and sleepless nights has brought me to where I am today!

Wow, that's really inspiring, I'm sure this will inspire a lot of them out there to pursue their dreams. What challenges did you face while developing the vocals, and which are you facing now?

Starting up — criticism, fanatics, mockery and all were around me. My parents were not at all encouraging at first, it was all about me being the bad kid in the hood, because I returned at late nights and I’m hardly home, I’m either at this rehearsals or the other or I’m at a studio, but they never cared to listen to that side of the story! Finance has always been a problem, sponsorships are hard to come by these days, so really pushing a song and getting heard all by yourself can be really frustrating, because all by yourself you can little or nothing to push the stuffs you have out there for the world to listen to and hear you!

Most of the times, if you’re not heard, you’re not known and if you’re not known, sponsorships may elude you, but how do you achieve all this as a starter? It all boils down to finance—money is a problem and a major challenge, but I’m coming out!

Close friends, parents, at first, won't be in full support, won't encourage you, until the results starts coming. The absence of money is only telling you that, there are potentials in you that need to come out the hard way. 

You'll get there. Which Nigerian artiste do you take after, when it comes to style of music?

Despite the recent trend in Nigerian Music, there’s a lady I respect so much, her name is ASA, then there came simi and took my heart away with her blend.

I love Dare art alade, Timi dakolo and lastly Adekunle gold,used to love 9ice too until he disappeared!

Dare art Alade? Do you mean Yemi Alade?

No! Dare art alade, the guy who sang “you’re not the girl I used to know, you’re a shadow of yourself ...” It used to be a one time hit. The guy who sang “Pray for me”

Oh! That's great! This really shows that you're about the RnB genre, right?

Yeap! And, a mixed flare of Fuji and Afro beat!

Your blend of RnB is out of this world, frankly speaking. So, if it weren't music what would you have ventured into?

Thanks! XclusiveVibes Nigeria, coming from you, I must say I’m humbled! Well, if it weren’t music, I probably would have ventured into art and creativity, I used to be that inclined as a growing kid!

Wow! But, you can still practice it once in a while! It's not everyday you're engaged, not so?

Yeap! The days I’m not engaged, I try to rest cause my body system reacts a lot to stress, I try my best to keep up!

Okay, that's understandable. Are you done with tertiary education?

Yes I am..

Tell us about it; when did you get admission? What course did you study?

Well, it wasn’t easy, so I had to go through the national open university and I studied computer engineering. I finished two years ago, but deferred service, because that’s not my dream course. I will still want to do my dream course thought, I’m thinking going back next year!

Incredible! But, are you sure going back to school is what you really want? Because, you can get your dream job with that course you graduated with. It's no doubt you have eyes on a kind of job.

Yeah! I’m aware, but what I want to study is just to find fulfillment!

Well, if that's what suit you. Any relationship?

Yeah! but, I’ll like to keep it discreet for now.

Okay, we respect your choice. What do you have to say about the lyrics artistes of today use in their songs?

Well, I don’t want to criticize, because I’m not there yet, artist today are like an already made brand; I’ll compare them to any other brand that has made their name over time, what they sell now is not quality but name.

Lyrics artistes use are no longer inspirational or soul mending, everyone is running to the dance hall where dancers in their high estate, they don’t care what lyrics are used as Long as d beat is danceable! Lol! And, I laugh.

Lol, you said it all, Sir. That's just the trend now, as long as the song is ShakuShakuable.

Lol! Exactly oh.

If you are given a good sum of money to promote yourself in the music industry, how will you spend it?

Wow! If I have such opportunity, I’ll boost my visibility by doing massive online promotions and get collaborations with radio stations and a television channel to constantly play my songs. I’ve discovered that unconsciously, people tend to love what they constantly hear and see around them! 

That's really a good plan, and discovery. Everything is possible, so keep pushing harder. What do you have to say to other fastrising act around?

Thanks, XclusiveVibes—I appreciate a lot.

They should not follow the trend, they should try and be the trend. You can beat it if you don’t join it

Great! Before we let you go, what will you do if you were given a contract to change the music industry, creating something new?

I’ll create a pattern by which every artistes songs must be reviewed before it hits the airwaves, there should be regulations to some kinds stuffs we listen to.

Superb! About your forthcoming single, tell us about it. What do you want us to expect? Which day is going to be available for downloads? Tell us about it.

The download date is this Friday, the 21st of September 2018 and I’ll want y’all to please go and download banky W’s version, I’m not hyping his, but download and listen to it then come back and listen to this, then you’ll thank me later, that’s all I have to say.


Say some words about XclusiveVibes Nigeria. Maybe, you can sing it.

Ok! quick one.
Haha! Awesome! 

You killed it. 
On this note, we draw the curtain of our interview session to a close. It's nice having you here!

Thanks, XclusiveVibes Nigeria! It was a pleasure.

Wait, are you the only child of your parents?

No! I’m the 1st son, second child outta a family of 5—3girls and two bois

Cool, really cool! Thanks for honouring our invitation.

Thanks for having me.

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Thursday, 21 June 2018

“Artistes Who Cannot Write Good Lyrics Should Get A Songwriter” - PH City Artiste, Chijio Talks Music In An Interview With XclusiveVibes Nigeria

In this our interview session, we have Chijio, who's a PH City fastrising songwriter. He gave some advice to other artistes. 

Chijio is a student of the reputable Rivers State University.

The excerpt of the interview entails thus:

Goodevening, Sir. Nice having you for our exclusive interview today. How do you feel being here?

I feel blessed. I thank God for this great opportunity and i pray for more of this.

You're Chijio! Is that your name or your stage name! ?

My name is Elechi Chijioke. Chijio is the short form of my name. My pals calls me Chijio thats why i decided to go by the name.

That's great! So, how has venturing into music been with you?

People always acknowledge the fact i can sing. And within me i know i got the talent. So i decided to venture into it. And ever since then, believe me. No regret.

How did you discover that you've got the talent?

I noticed i love listening to music since i was a kid. And i've in choir for several years. I was a very good vocalist those days in choir.

Good way to discover it though. So, why didn't you become a gospel artiste?

I think gospel artiste are ministers and i don't see myself fit into that line. I just wanted to go secular because i feel i will do more out there. I've never imagined myself a gospel artiste. Am still a very good christian though

You don't see yourself fit into that line? Is it because it seems as though making it as a gospel artiste is hard?? What exactly made you feel that you can't fit in..?

Making it as gospel artiste is not hard. All one need do is make good music. Life is all about choice. I discovered secular appeals to me more. Thats why i decided to go secular.

It's alright! So, since you choose the secular way, what's has been the challenges you've faced?

The challenges am facing is finance to promote my brand the way i want it. And as an upcoming artiste. The opportunities to share stage with already established artiste are limited. But am on the runway. And when i get to the bridge i'll cross it. Because the sky is big enough to accomodate all of us.

Incredible! Just keep the flame of consistency burning, it pays. If you had the resources, what would you do, to place music on a new dimension in Nigeria?

I have studied the music industry for a very long time and i know how to go about promoting my brand. If i have the resources, i will make more good music and  just like Mr. Eazi, Wizkid, Maleek berry, Falz promote african music to the world.

How do you intend to promote it to the world?

Definitely by going on a tour. And having more collaborations with artiste in the western part of the world. But is advisable to conquer ones territory before going worldwide.

Good. Really good! That shows that you've got plans.  What can you say about the lyrics used by artistes today?

Honestly artistes of nowadays sometimes got me thinking as though they're not talented because of their lyrics. Even established arisistes are not left out. I know its not easy to make music. But artistes that cannot write good lyrics should get a songwriter. At least that will save a tree.

So, what do you think can be done to remedy that?

Like i said earlier artistes that cannot write good lyrics should get a  songwriter.

Well said, Sir!  Which artistes do you look up to? Like whose ways you love to emulate..

in nigeria i love maleek berry, eazi, wizkid. I respect M.I  while abroad Drake, G-eazy, p.diddy and lots more

Great!! Those are good artistes making waves. What advice will you give you fellow artistes?

I'll advice them to be good at what they do.  They should always  have something to give to fans. Because consistency is the key.

Perfect words, Sir! Before we let you go, we'll like you to drop some lines talking about XclusiveVibes Nigeria.

I must confess, xclusiveVibes are the best in what they do. They really got vibes that cannot be excluded in a row. Keep up the good work 👍👍👍

Thanks a lot, we appreciate.  You're from Igbo, right?

No. Am from ikwerre

Your name portrays one who's from Igbo!  It was an awesome time with you, Mr Chijioke. We wish you all the best in your career!

Thank you so much. One love.
Watch out for Chijio! 

His music: Come to me, Gentleman!

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Thursday, 14 June 2018

Port Harcourt Based Musician, Rexx Talks Career In Anticipation Of His New Music

On today's interview session, we have, with us, a PH City fastrising artiste who's no other than Rexx. Rexx talks on what pushed him into music. 

Read the excerpt below:

Welcome, Mr Rexx to our Exclusive Interview session.

Yea... I'm always glad to be here.

First of all, we'll like you to tell us who Rexx is! Most of your fans and friends know you as Rexx!

Yo yo!!! Rexx is just a phenomenon...
The name is Nwauzi rex rexx is just a dub from my name.

Most people had the feeling that it was a nickname ..but def def it is my real name...I just fixed The second X.

Rexx is a very welcoming dude..I'm open to everyone as Long as you have a good purpose...we good!!!!

Awesome. All these for just one person? You're on fire, man. 

Na Wa Ba!!!normal levelz.

So, what gave you the affirmation that music is the right path for you? How did you discover that talent?

Music has always been a passion for me as long as I can remember. From childhood, I began drumming in church after which it evolved to what it is today! All the occurences have proven the path. I've never had a dull moment with music; music is life to me!

Playing drums in church made you believe that music could be the path?

I fell deeply in love with the singers ...buh unfortunately or lemme sae fortunately the drive pushed me into circular and not the Gospel i strted with.

It's all good tho.

Good to know. What kind of challenges have you faced following this path you've chosen? And, how are you dealing with them?

What else if not financial.... Buh despite that,we r still pushing.

You're there already! Apart from music, what else do you have passion for?

Hmmmmm...just my football.

Oh! You play football, too. Cool! So, compared to music, why didn't you take the path of football. 

It was a difficult level bruva....buh i so love it.

I wish you all the best on the path which you've chosen! Yes, you're preparing a new tune, tell us about itI

It's titled omó shepé teriii. Just a pure Street vibe.

Great, what do you want your fans to expect from Omo Shepe teriii?

Pure all the way..its definitely gon be wavy. That's the spirit.

Which top artistes do you look up to? I mean one who gives you that drive to keep going!! Or should I say role model..

I love ycee A.k.a much...buh i listen to loadz of upcoming rappers tooo...likes of wale turner, Barz, dremo, olaa dipz , chinko ekun etc.

It's sure that a talented and cute individual like you won't have "single" for a relationship status. Right?

Hehe..definitely.... I'm in a relationship... And I love who I'm with so much.

Now, that's fabulous! Extend our greetings to her. So, what's your advice to upcoming artistes?

Hehe...I'll do that... Keep pushing...its definitely gon get better soon.
Nice! Before we wrap up this session, what can you say about XclusiveVibes Nigeria?

Great and goood job.... Big upz to yu guyT

Thanks a ton! On this note, we conclude this session. 

Thanks, Mr Rexx for your presence.

The pleasure is mine
Drops 6:00pm today! 

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Tuesday, 24 October 2017

PH Based Artiste, Rexx Talks Career In Anticipation Of His New Single "Ekoshii"

In an interview segment with one of Port Harcourt finest artistes, Rexx, conducted by Xclusivevibes Nigeria; he explained on what to expect in his forthcoming single. 

The excerpts of the interview details thus:

Hello, Mr Rexx; welcome to our exclusive interview session.

My pleasure. .

What really is your name? Or is Rexx the name you parents gave to you?

Ma name is Nwauzi Rex Emeka, Rexx is the official stage name.

Rex? What exactly does Rex mean?

It's a Latin name which means king"

Great, king of which kingdom? 

Lol, my kingdom.

That's nice though! You're from Anambra right? Or owerri?

No, I'm from Riverstate.

Okay, cool. So, what pushed you to delving into the Music Industry?

it's something I've always dreamt off, ever since I was little. I delved into music more because of the love of it. I always have the believe that I can always give more as a portharcourt act, both at the national and global level. I want to take music from ph to the world..

How did you discover your proficiency on a mic?

That's something I always take into serious consideration because I won't say I'm very good on that, but at my level I can say I am doing great in that department. I guess that was after my first performance. The response during and after the show was really encouraging, so I took to more practice..

That's jaw dropping.. 
So, what are the challenges you face as an artiste?

That's something that is too numerous to mention.
First is the financial aspect we upcoming acts find it hard to raise fund to record songs, when you think of paying a producer 15k knowing fully well that you ain't working, and you're not even sure of the promo sef. It gives a lot to tink about. 
Secondly, i will say promotion, so getting gigs (showz). It's very difficult to get a show to perform all in the name of "you're an upcoming act, your face nevaer show.". Even when you have a lot to offer, that's that for now..

This same thing is faced by many upcoming artiste out there, but the only remedy is going out of the box; do something different from what others do. So, you don't have any challenge with your vocals?

Ya that's very true, that's why I try to mix yoruba and English in my sound, so I give out to people both here and out what they don't hear on a norm..

That is: Vocals has no challenge right?

Not any to give me sleepless night, not at all.

In your proposal message for this interview, you made mention of a tune which your about dropping; tell us about it.

Ok, the name of the song is Ekoshii, it's a yoruba word meaning "no nonsense". It relates to errtin going on within us, both as a biggie person or to an average street boy, both to the males and females talks about what girls possess, also lemme say chilling with the biggie boys, no nonsense is required..
 A girl Has a dapper phsique that err boy would wanna get a feel off, but dey aren't in for that so that's where the ekoshii comes in, a song trying to straighten things up..

Oh! Wonderful, so when are we expecting it?

Its dropping on the 30th of October.

Okay then, we'll wait patiently for it. Hope it'll be worth listening to?

I assure you that..

What famous artiste to you look up to, like one you love to listen to? Or simply put; your role model.

I don't do the role model thing, I love them boys who are doing well in the industry....
I'm a rapper, so it will b more of rappers..
Ycee, dremo, wale tuner, boogey, oladips, Chinko ekun...many more, but I love this few..

That's awesome, do you do freestyles?

Ya ... I do

Okay, freestyle with "Xclusivevibes Nigeria" as keywords.

Ok, how many lines?

Just flow.

Lines toń ja wo wa wa mii...
I feel like yc.bro u can't cee me
Awon temiii big bois.malowa nii..
Exclusive vibe nigeria baba mii..

What can you say about Xclusivevibes Nigeria? 

You guys are really doing a great job, I've been following up your updates lately and trust me I've been glued; keep up the good work guys. 

Wow, nice; so, what will you like to tell the upcoming artistes out there?

Hmmmmm, I'm upcoming now, Just "Stay true to your craft, and b true to God, hard work pays"

Good one; 
It was great having you here Mr Rexx.

My pleasure, thanks a lot. 

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Tuesday, 19 September 2017

“Gambian Jollof Is Better Than Nigerian & Ghanaian Jollof” — Mr Eazi

Mr Eazi has declared that Gambian Jollof is way better than Nigerian Jollof and Ghanaian Jollof put together, and we see Nigerians and Ghanaians disowning him real soon.

During his recent interview with “4 News” in london. The singer was asked to choose the best jollof, between Nigerian and Ghanaian jollof. But the singer gave a surprise answer and chose Gambian jollof.

We feel Eazi is just doing these things on purpose to trend, and perhaps step on Nigerians toes, since his bitter spat with Nigerian Folks on social media.
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Sunday, 13 August 2017

Loyznatty Talks Career In Anticipation Of His New Single, "Slay Mama"

In an interview segment with one of Port Harcourt finest artistes, Loyznatty, conducted by Xclusivevibes Nigeria; he explained on what to expect in his forthcoming single. 

The excerpts of the interview details thus:

Hello, Loyznatty; the only SonOfTheMic, you're highly welcome for this exclusive interview.

i really wana say a big thank you to xclusivevibes for having me here, you already know i go by the name loyznatty aka sonofthemic

Yes, sure. 
Firstly, most of your fans know you as Loyznatty which is your stage name; can we know your real name?

my name is lucky john joseph

So, what brought that name "Loyznatty" to being?


the name loyznatty, like when I started my music, i was in a group where we gave each other names since i was called lucky, they thought it was right for me to go with loyz and i was happy cause the name really sounded nice,  for the natty i got it from a crazy friend of mine way back

Sounds interesting, what gave you the drive to venture into the Music Industry?

i was singing in a church choir when i was 8, and i found out i was growing to become a great singer,  i listened to so many songs and i was inspired to go into music because i felt it was inside of me

Do you still sing in church or you stopped when you were 8?

smiles... not really,
 i stopped when i was fourteen, and i stopped because i left the state i had no intention to join another at that period.

Now, you're known for this freestyle proficiency and you're really good at it. How did you get to harness or stir up that talent? How did you discover it?

mehn! all i will say is the grace of God, God got me through it, and secondly hard work and practise.

Okay, you cherished that skill and worked for it? Is that what you're saying in essence?

Yes that true

That's jaw dropping; 
So, what's been your greatest challenge as a freestyle artiste?

my greatest challenge is when i try to fix up some punchlines and it doesn't link up, but i have worked on that and its not a challenge now.

So, how did you work on that?

I had too stay all night and day to listen to other rappers, get more understanding on the freestyle thing cause being a rap artist or singer, it must be so stress less if you know the freestyle thing so i had to learn and chase it. I believe now its coming through.

That's good to hear.
You are about releasing a single, 
What do you want your fans out there to expect?

mehn i want them to expect new sound, the best, the bomb, and a fire from me

That's the spirit, and you're fully sure your fans will love it?

Yes sure i know they would love it

That confidence is really commendable; 
We'll anticipate to hear that your bomb jam. While in the industry, how has your relationship with the female gender been like? 
And, are you in a relationship?

That why i wanna make it better for them to sound it, about my relashionship with the females, uhmm
good good good have got friends and mostly females, i get close to some of them who likes to be friends with the son of the mic.
About my relashionship status uhmm i will say yes but am not gonna spit out the name yet

It's alright, we understand perfectly; 
So, what made artiste do you look up to, like one who inspires you, one who gives you the "you can make it" spirit? 
In other words, who's your role model?

i will go with wizkid

Wizkid? Why wizkid?

because his got music in him, he delivers whenever hes called n dats how a good artist is suppose to be

Great choice though, great choice. 
Wizkid is going international already; 
If you're given the chance to join a top label like Marvin and the likes — which will that be?

yea mavin is good nice they got good artist too, and i love starboy, choc boi nation, and dmw, but it wuld be starboy

Nice, we wish you more connections that pally with your heart desires and even more; 
We would like to see you freestyle with "Xclusivevibes Nigeria" (our brand). If you don't mind.

Alright, Bless Up; 
one time for xclusivevibes, 
they ready to be the best when it comes to hypes
i swear down if you they for ph city make you feel this 
me i no they like to talk too much them go reveal things, 
see am on a regular,
chasing dreams to make it popular,  
see me in the front when i come through, turn up for xclusivevibes them too get hot post

Hahahahaha, you killed it Loyz! We would have allowed you go on and on and on, but time isn't on our side. Now, the penultimate question is, where do you see yourself 5years from Now?

i see my self doing very great in the industry, expecially goin worldwide

You'll get there Loyz, what matters is consistency, determination and above all almighty God.
Now, what would you love to say to your fans and upcoming artistes out there?

uhm i would say a big thank you to my fans and well wishers out there i love you all and i want to say a big thank you for all the support and love you have been showing to me, and to all the upcoming artist out there, all i want too say is keep the vibes moving don't dull just push to get a progress, believe in you and your self and mostly belive in God too,  you will succeed

Thanks for coming around Loyz. It was great having you here.

thanks to Xclusivevibes Nigeria for having me i love una scara


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Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Exclusive Interview: Xclusivevibes Media Interviews Fast-rising Gospel Artiste, GT Maestro On His Much Anticipated Single

This edition of our interview segment features a phenomenon when it comes to dazzling gospel tunes. The special guest goes by the name GT Maestro.

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Friday, 30 September 2016

Exclusive Interview With An OAP, Buchi Kingsley Okafor

The exclusive interview segment of XclusiveVibes has just started, this segment exposes you to the world and creates opportunities for you.

Today's interview is with a catwalk instructor, OAP, model scout, Buchi Kingsley Okafor.

Below shows the interview

XclusiveVibes Staff: Good evening Buchi!.. We are so delighted to have you here for this exclusive interview

Buchi: Thank you, am glad to be here

XclusiveVibes Staff: So Buchi.. Tell us a little about yourself

Buchi: My name is Buchi, am a student of unizik studying cooperative economics in my final year, am from anambra state, idemile to be precise, am from a family, am the first son of my parent.

XclusiveVibes Staff: What's your profession?

Buchi: Am a catwalk instructor, creative director, OAP, Model Scout.

XclusiveVibes Staff: What do you do to acquire money while in school?

Buchi: With my profession I get jobs and get paid, I do pageant job, produce pageant, teach catwalk, host radio shows.

XclusiveVibes Staff: So how did you discover your cat walking and modelling skills that made you venture into teaching it?

Buchi: I have been a fashion person cos I love watching runway shows, american next top model, so I said to my self, why can't I do something different what most guys don't do. And I picked up catwalk, downloaded Videos and event, watched all the basics. Most guys are into music and the rest stuff but you can hardly see a guy into catwalk and I decided to add some additional stuff to it.

XclusiveVibes Staff: Interesting! Did you experience difficult times while learning it

Buchi: Well at first Yes with the kind of criticism people had in mind but along the line people had no choice than to work with me. And now I think I have made my name a household name to beacon with.

XclusiveVibes Staff: To You what do you see cat walking to be?

Buchi: Catwalk is a kind of walk that makes one's movement coordinated giving you a nice body posture and making you stand out in public

XclusiveVibes Staff: You aforementioned that you're an OAP, of which radio station precisely?

Buchi: I have worked with some couples of radio stations. Reel radio and online radio in Lagos though I couldn't continue cos of school and unizik FM presently.

XclusiveVibes Staff: How do you manage schooling with being an OAP, catwalk instructor?

Buchi: To be frank it's not easy but what I do is to draft out a plan that can't contradict each other, making sure none suffers cause I need then to survive in life.

XclusiveVibes Staff: And what plan is that?

Buchi: Making sure I attend to the one that comes first, and weigh them to see which one is more important at that time.

XclusiveVibes Staff: So what's your advice to young jobless youths like you?

Buchi: Lol! Well my advice to them that they should know what they have passion for and go for it regardless of what people say or tell them. They should stay positive in their dreams and be focused , not only depending on white collar jobs but create a job for yourself.

XclusiveVibes Staff: It was great having you here, thanks for your time

Buchi: the pleasure is mine.

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Saturday, 24 September 2016

Exclusive interview With An Entrepreneur, Dominic Great Ikponmwosa

Our long awaited interview series has just began. XclusiveVibes Media has put together this segment to expose upcoming artistes, bloggers, producers, disc Jockeys to mention a few, to our committed readers, not leaving behind the aim of educating, motivating and inspiring.
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