I’m still on that struggle to become one of Africa’s best artistes- Predy-X Omane

Ghanaian Afro-pop artiste Predy-X Omane has expressed so much joy about Fuse ODG’s endorsement for his hard work and commitment to music.

Samuel Omane-Mensah, as he is known in real life, has been trending on the African music scene since he got featured on Fuse ODG’s ‘Black Commando’ hit song.

Predy-X jumped on Fuse ODG’s ‘Black Commando’ and did justice to the song. According to reports, the Ghanaian musician based in UK was impressed with his level of creativity.

“I’m really honoured to get such an endorsement from a world acclaimed Afro-beat musician like Fuse ODG, because you know the music industry is now saturated so for such an artiste to endorse you, that is a big thumbs up. This tells me that even the small that I’m putting out there, people are following. I am not really in mainstream now but still I have got a lot of people following my music and that is the edge for me to progress, still work hard and become one of the best,” Predy-X Omane stated.

He added that he sees his whole life as a definition of music; therefore he will keep striving to become one of Africa’s best artistes.

“I’m still on that struggle to become one of Africa’s best artistes. I just see my whole life as a definition of music, so I can’t stop now. Each and every day I wake up, I feel music is part of me,” he said.

Predy-X had his high school education at Adisadel College, where he was elected as entertainment prefect. After school, he realised that music was one of the ways of communicating to the world so he read Communication Studies at the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ).Predy-X Omane

Source: Daily Guide

 

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