Singer L.A.X opens up on his thoughts on being underrated in Nigerian music industry


Fast-rising Nigerian singer L.A.X has opened up on his honest thoughts on being underrated in the ever competitive Nigerian music industry.

The talented ‘Faster’ crooner who opened up in a recent interview with Beat 99.9 FM said that he feels underrated in the music industry but the tag does not bother him.

According to the burgeoning musician, everyone has a unique life experience and that’s why he is doing what he loves to do best despite the not being reckoned with in the music industry.

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L.A.X said; “If there is money involved, even if it is Saudi Arabia, I will go [to perform]. Right now, I don’t drink but if you give me N100 million, I will drink two bottles of rozay.

“I feel underrated [in the Nigerian music industry]. But I don’t think it’s that serious to me. I’m just doing what I love. And I feel like people around the world are seeing what I am doing. So it’s not like I am not doing something.

“Everybody has a journey. Everybody has the path that they are supposed to follow in life. So I just feel like some people will be underrated. And for you to even be underrated, that means you are rated.” He added.


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