Hip hop head spotlight would like to shine a light on young Nigerian pop and hip hop artiste by the name Shuga. He was born as Samuel Uche Nzeh. Follow this article and find out about him;
How did you come about your stage name?
I came about my stage name when I was in the higher institution far back 2014. Before then I was called Sammy but later felt Shuga was a better option. It is an acronym for “Simple Human Under Gods Authority” and it was better.
What inspired you to venture into music
I’ve always loved to sing and I want to be heard all around the world through my music.
Tell us about your Childhood and family background
I’m the fourth child in a family of six from a poor background and we are based in Lagos state.
We know its not easy, so how do you combine music and academics
It hasn’t been easy at all but I believe there’s time for everything. I had to drop out of school because I could no longer provide or cater for my fees. But I am believing that some day I will be able to further my studies.
What has been your greatest challenge new Nigerian artiste
Do you have any upcoming projects we need to watch out for?
Yes a lot of projects are on the way so I’ll say anticipate and keep your eyes open.
Who is your role model and why do you respect him/her
My role model of all time is the late Dagrin. He is my mentor, a brother and a boss. May his soul rest in peace. I also have a role model in Dremo.
Where do you see yourself 2 years from now?
I see my self doing great things and changing the game just as Dagrin did despite the short time he spent on earth.
Find out more about him and his musical works at Reverbnation