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Nigerian Singer Noble Jay On How He Plans To Take Over S.A Gqom Scene

Noble thinks S.A best represent African music to the world.

Nigerian Singer Noble Jay On How He Plans To Take Over S.A Gqom Scene. Gqom music has become the most loved and listened to genre across Africa and has even worked it’s way to the international ears, Nigerian star Noble Jay is one of those who have taken it upon themselves to be part of this amazing genre. He has worked with a few local stars already included TipCee and Moonchild Sanelly.

Sspeaking to TshisaLIVE he explained why he worked with the two musos.

“When Tipcee heard the beat she was really excited about it and we were playing around a lot. It was a great few nights working on the project. Moonchild has her own unique sound and I wanted some of that magic.”

Opening up a bit more he answered the question of why he chose to do Gqom amongst other types of genres.

“I like to play with a lot of sounds. I make music depending on how I feel. So, when I heard the gqom sound I was excited and wanted to jump on it. I think a lot of people think Nigerian artists like to do Afro or dancehall music to be successful but I want to show that we can do all kinds of music.”

Is Mzansi music really going to take over the world?

“I think South Africans are doing great. Cassper, AKA, Kwesta, Sjava, Black Coffee are making moves overseas and I think with a little bit of time they are going to get even bigger. It’s growing and could be the next big thing in Africa. “

 

 

 

Source: TshisaLIVE

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