Auspicious Nigerian music duo, Apex, and Bionic took us through the route of the coming into being of their bloomy new album, ‘Nobody Holy.’
Born Daniel and Andrew Omokhudu, these two biological brothers were born and raised in the jagged cores of Owan, Edo State, Nigeria.
They told the tale of growing up in a violence engulfed hood where nothing close to their craft dares exist.
Coming from where we come from, Benin down in the Southside. We grew up in a very dangerous hood where everything wrong was happening. There were robbers, Yahoo boys, there was prostitution. It was the cycle we grew up around. It was just me, Bionic, and every other craziness around us.
According to Apex, flagging off as singers in such a society of prevalent violence was quite a tough course.
Bionic added that it took a huge dose of grace to get them to where they are right now.
Apex and Bionic becoming the first African artists to release both musical and movie projects at the same time in the year 2020 happened through events of betrayal and personal rediscovery.
In their exclusive interview on Naijaloaded TV, the JFK Resolute acts relayed further in-depth experiences of moving from the gore of Benin city to Lagos.
The story was best told in their latest body of work.
Nobody Holy is a 17-track LP fortified with a lineup of the biggest names in the game, 2Baba, Davido, Seyi Shay, Slimcase, Oritsefemi.
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