The ‘Osinachi’ crooner humble Smith thought the best way to give back to the society who made him was to run a contest, an instagram competition tagged “Jukwese contest” were he will be giving out $2000 to his fans.
he went on to advice and encourage upcoming musicians to always produce good qualities of songs if they want to stay long in the business
“When I came to Lagos, I discovered another side of music. That music is business. You are not doing it for fun. You need to make a living… make money from it.”
“If you really want your music to stay long, want people to appreciate your brand and your personality, you need to be giving them a good content, something that will last long”.
“Do something that parents, children, youths can connect together. That’s the only thing that will keep your brand for long.”