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Ekene Ijemba, popularly known as ‘Humblesmith’ had to steal to make sure that he was able to pay for his first studio session. Even though his parents had other plans for him, he defiled them and went for music. He knew that music was his calling when he participated in the first-ever
Star Quest competition, and came second.
Humblesmith said “My mom wanted me to become a Catholic priest while my dad wanted me to be a footballer because he is a football coach. I had to apply wisdom and diplomacy; I did everything they wanted me to do. I played ball, I served in church. I didn’t do it to please them; I did it just to be sure of what was actually going to work for me. I later discovered that I was born to do music. I used to bring people home to convince my parents to understand that music is what I wanted to do.”
To become a musician “I stole and sold my mom’s gold to pay for my first studio session, but I later confessed and apologized to her, promising to buy her more than what I stole in the nearest future.” He added “For now I’m fully into music. I stopped schooling after my secondary school education, but I hope to continue, but that will be after I’ve made a lot of money, financially comfortable and capable of catering for my family. I don’t want to stress my parents anymore, they have done a lot already so let me take it up from where they stopped.”
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