Interview Kit for Kennihgee

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Interview Kit for Kennihgee

Interview Kit for Kennihgee

9 Questions For: Kennihgee

Kennihgee is an up-and-coming musical artist, born and raised in Akure, Ondo state. A graduate of Covenant University and a master’s degree holder of business administration from the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. In 2019, he got admitted to Osun state university to study a doctorate in business administration, and in the same year, released a 13 track EP titled “The Real Donald Trump,” which had excellent reviews from critics. January 1, 2021 Kennihgee released a 6 track EP titled ‘Overcomer’. The EP as at the time of this interview has more than 26,000 plays on Audiomack. Kennihgee is a proud member of numerous professional associations such as the Nigerian Institute of management and institute of strategic management, just to mention a few. Kennihgee is currently working on an EP that is scheduled to be released before the end of the year and his social media handle is at KENNIHGEE.

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Interview Kit for Kennihgee

  1. How would you describe what you do for a living?
    I am a male musical artist; I make a living by writing for people in other industries. I hope to be able to make a living from music someday.
  2. What is your most vivid childhood memory?

    My entire family is having to leave the house of our landlord at night in a hurry for our own uncompleted house.

  3. What’s the greatest fear you’ve had to overcome to get where you are today?
    The fear of having to freestyle in front of people until I saw some artiste I looked up to in the industry reading their pre-written lines from their phone during a live freestyle session. This gave me the strength and courage to develop myself by practicing. Today I can freestyle anywhere without looking at anything.
  4. What first got you into music?

    I got into music professionally in 2010 after the death of Dagrin because I felt that a mantle had been dropped, and I believed with consistency and hard work, I could pick it up. Before the year 2010, I started recording in 2008 in my hostel in Covenant University because I was very bored, and I felt I could rap when I heard the beats made by my roommate by the name B.neptune.

  5. What is your creative process like?
    My creative process is inspired by certain music that I consider bad music that I see online and on the television. I feel with the same platform that celebrity musicians have that I can impact people positively with my music, and this is what inspires me to write my music.
  6. What would you be doing right now if it wasn’t for your music career?

    I will be lecturing at a university.

  7. What is the best advice you’ve been given?

    My uncle by the name of WET told me to understand the difference between my gift, talent, and skill.

  8. Which famous musicians do you admire?

    Dagrin, Tupac, Davidoo, Wizkid, and Drake.

  9. What’s next for you?
    Before the completion of my doctorate, I want to release as many songs as possible because I am convinced I am at my prime, and I have the opportunity to fulfill my dreams of making beautiful music.

http://thenewblackmagazine.com/view.aspx?index=4339

https://audiomack.com/kennihgee/album/overcomer-4

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Published on: June 30, 2021. at: 14:44
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