Music is one of the fastest growing industries in the country and the world at large, creating employment for most young people especially those with little or humble beginnings.
Quite a good number of the top artistes in the music industry today have similar stories of hustling, living in ghettos, moving from studio to studio and getting dump by people they call on for help.
The story of “FutureBwoy” is no different. He is basically an underground dancehall artiste who started his music career in Somanya with a number of good and potential hit songs, but has no one to help him climb to the top.
Narrating his story to the B&FT, he explained that he has written many good songs, but has been able to record only one because there is no money. “I run from studio to studio to get my songs recorded so that I come back to pay later but no engineer is willing to listen and help”.
Being one of the hottest artiste in Somanya, he has performed at almost every event within the area and beyond, but like most upcoming artistes, payments for his performance is always denied.
As a young artiste with the hopes of becoming a big star one day, he works tirelessly, stays awake late into night to write his songs and to get his punch lines right.
He mentioned StoneBwoy, Shatta Wale and Samini as his mentors, whom he looks up to in his quest to becoming great. He also admitted that the industry is very competitive and tough but he is also ready and working hard to fit and stay when he eventually breaks through.
The promising young musician therefore appealed to producers and others to help underground artistes to realise their dreams.
He added that his newly formed management team is open to anyone who is willing to help bring him to the limelight.
FutureBwoy’s newly released single, “Blessing” is currently doing very well within Somanya and its environs.