Omeni Kingsley Chima, an indigene of Imo state, holds OND from Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Imo state. He is the last born in his family. He started music in 2011 with a group called DSSK in Abia state and they now have a single album.
How does your weekend start?
My weekend starts in the studio. I go to the studio for my music rehearsals, after that I come back home, then do some house chores, like sweeping, washing dishes and cook for myself.
Do you go to clubs?
I go to clubs occasionally, that is once in a month. As a musician, I feel it’s necessary you club at least once in a while.
Peer pressure has taught me how to move along with people no matter their age or personality.
I don’t really have much to do on Saturdays. I stay at home and do some clean ups. After that, I observe my siesta. When I wake up, I cook and then listen to good music from Psquare.
I love playing football, listening to music and travelling to new places.
I do more of dishes at home. As the youngest in the house, I wash my elder brother’s clothes.
I listen to music from Psquare and some foreign music.
My role models are Peter and Paul Okoye (Psquare).
Greatest achievement (s)
My greatest achievement is my education. I graduated from Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, with an OND and I’m now into full-time music. And I know with God on my side, I will surely make a head-way.
What do you wish you could do more of at weekends?
I wish I could go for musical shows, go to clubs and listen to more contemporary music.
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