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19 Year Old Trap Artiste Tee Boi Aims To Be On Your TV Set Really Soon

Lets put the spotlight on a fresh artiste by the stage name Tee Boi. He was born as Tahir Sani on the 7th of February in 1998. Tahir comes from Edo state but is based in Abuja, the nations capital. He is an interesting person, with a mastery of with trap music and Afro hip hop genres. We had a talk with him and he told us some things about himself. Read on;

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How did you come about your stage name?

The truth of the matter is I didn’t want to stress my self in looking for stage name. I felt that since my name start with alphabet T, I would do good to make it “Tee Boi” simply.

What inspired you to venture into music

What inspired me into music are the messages I intend to pass to people. Moreover, music is just what I find happiness in.

Tee Boi

Tell us about your Childhood and family background

I come from a polygamy where I happen to be the last child of my mother. My dad married three women. I finished my primary school in Kano and after that I attended a military secondary school in Zaria.

How do you combine music and academics

Because I get more knowledge from what I am doing today, both in music and in academics. Besides, music doesn’t stop me from excelling at my studies. Most of of my verses are created while reading.

What has been your greatest challenge and success as a budding Nigerian artiste

Well, my greatest challenge are the critics because I am a shy person when I perform, but they do love my flows. No successes for now, but I am hoping for some in the near future.

Tee Boi which top artiste would you like to feature and why

 I will like to future Hausa rapper Classiq because he does my kind of music. I mean the flows, the rhymes and all that.

Where do you see yourself 2 years from now?

Firstly my role model is Classiq. I respect him because he is a hustler when it comes to music. I am hoping to see myself on TV two years from now. My children will one day say “That’s my dad on TV”. My best is what I will keep on giving and may God answer our prayers.

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