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Who is 18-year-old P-Priime, the producer behind hits for Fireboy, Zlatan, DJ Cuppy and more?

 

 

 

 

 

P-Priime has produced popular songs like ‘Like I Do’ for Fireboy, ‘Money Devotion’ for Gbasky, ‘Gelato’ for DJ Cuppy and ‘Unripe Paw Paw’ for Zlatan, ‘Egungun’ for Zlatan and more.

 

On March 28, 2020, Nigerian producer, P-Prime clocked 18, but a lot of people still don’t know who he is. In this rapid fire conversation that had to be done against the tide of coronavirus, he tells Pulse about his journey into music production, working with Zlatan, Fireboy, DJ Cuppy, Gbasky and more.

 

P-Priime has produced popular songs like ‘Like I Do’ for Fireboy, ‘Money Devotion’ for Gbasky, ‘Gelato’ for DJ Cuppy and ‘Unripe Paw Paw’ for Zlatan, ‘Egungun’ for Zlatan and more. Anytime you hear a tuned-up, yet amped down vocal sample, ‘P-Prime!’ That’s him. However, his ‘Prime’ has an extra ‘i.’ You can read the chat below;

 

Rehabmp3: Who is P-Priime?

 

P-Prime: P.Priime is a terrorist in music production (laughs).

 

Rehabmp3: When did you start making music?

 

Prime: I’ve been making music ever since I was little. I used to play instruments in the church choir.

 

Rehabmp3: When did you realize music could be a viable music career for you?

 

Prime: After I got paid for my first production, I was always going to do music one way or the other, from my childhood days.

 

Rehabmp3: The career of a lot of music producers can be short-lived, how do you plan to abridge that?

 

Prime: I’m versatile and always in search of new sounds, as long as I have the potential to evolve as music evolves, I’m here to stay.

 

Rehabmp3: Your sound is very afro-pop, but what you did on Gbasky’s ‘Black Frequency’ suggests a wider range. What is your sound?

 

Prime: I’m versatile and an explorer. Also, my brother (Adeleke) always tells me “when experimenting, if what you’re trying to fuse in is good/sounds sweet, no matter genre or how weird it sounds, it will always be accepted.”

 

Rehabmp3: How did you meet Zlatan, Fireboy and Gbasky?

 

Prime: My manager (The Cake) linked me up with Zlatan after I told her I had a fire beat for him. Fireboy – We met at a session. After the session, he told me he loved the way I work and would love us to keep working. Gbasky – We are under the same management, so you know the rest…

 

Rehabmp3: Hardest song you’ve ever had to produce?

 

Prime: None yet. I’m open to challenges.

 

Rehabmp3: Would you ever make music as P-Priime the artist?

 

Prime: Lol. who knows, never say never. By the way, check out my song with Jeff Akoh and Ric Hassani, ‘Good loving.’

 

Rehabmp3: What is success to you?

 

Prime: Success is achieving my goals, while being able to improve whatever space I am in..

 

Rehabmp3: How important is everyday life to your music?

 

Prime: It’s very important. I’m influenced by my environment, mood etc

 

Rehabmp: Do you get paid for your work?

 

Prime: Haq Haq Haq Haq. What do you think? For sure! Thanks to my manager for always making sure I do.

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This Is How Lavished The N150K Don Jazzy Sent Me 8 Years Ago – Mr Macaroni

Instagram comedian, Mr Macaroni has shared how he lavished the cash Don Jazzy sent to him 8 years ago.

Taking to his Twitter page, the Instagram sensation known for his hilarious comedy skits recounted how the producer tweeted one of his tweets which had a blunder about 8 years ago. The comedian whose real is Debo revealed that he was teased on Twitter for the tweet and that caught the attention of Don Jazzy.

Debo further revealed that he used that opportunity to slide into his DM and asked for money for a project. He said he received N150k from him but eventually used the money to buy a Blackberry phone which got stolen and shared the remaining cash with his siblings.

About 8 years ago, @DONJAZZY retweeted one of my tweets wherein I made a blunder. it was all jokes and tweeps were making fun. I took the moment to slide into Don J’s DM and told him I needed money for a project. He sent me N150,000.
I knew I would share this story someday.Although, I didn’t use the money for what I said I wanted to use it for… (I’m sorry @DONJAZZY) , that moment shaped me further.  I have always loved sharing but Don J’s act made me pray and ask God to bless me as such.  I never reach that level, but I will keep hustling…

P.S – I used the money to buy BlackBerry Bold 5 and shared the rest with my siblings ?????I forgot to add. The Blackberry Bold 5 didn’t even last a year. It was stolen from me. And that was in Abuad Pouting facePouting face

See the tweet below:

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