Exclusive with Cee-Paul Talking About Music, Life & Dreams!~!


TGM-Who is Cee-Paul and how did you get your beginning in the music industry?

Cee-Paul-My name is Nikoro Segun Paul, and people call me Cee-Paul by my stage name. I started singing professionally when I was in my JSS class stage. I started with miming of PSquare’s songs.

TGM-Where do you come from?

Cee-Paul-I’m from Ondo State, Nigeria.

TGM-Tell me a little about you and your family?

Cee-Paul-I’m a gentle man that was born 1994 Sept. 21.  I’m from a family of 5. My dad, Mr. Nikoro is a chief superintendent officer in the Immigration Service and my mom is a business woman.

TGM-Who is your inspiration and how do they inspire you?

Cee-Paul-I get inspired with any thing that attracts my attention. I make use of those things that are positively based in music.

TGM-Any tips for future musicians trying to make it in today’s music industry?

Cee-Paul-First of all for a musician to make it in today’s music industry the artist must be able to project good music.  Secondly 100% promo should be done by the label, be it audio, videos, shows and much more.

TGM-What genre of music do you consider your music to be?

Cee-Paul-I do Afro Dancehall music and as well I do High Life music.

TGM-What does this song “ASABI” mean to you and why did you write it?

Cee-Paul-The title of my song “ASABI” is from an old Yoruba traditional trend that says “Asabi sa Dollar.”  Asabi is a female traditional name, sa means Pick, of course every body knows dollars to be money. I choose to sing the song because it’s a trend that will keep trending in the music industry today.

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TGM-What can we look forward to in the near future from you?

Cee-Paul-I would say that you guys should keep expecting good music, positive vibes and new developments from me.

TGM-As a musician, how do you feel giving back to your community who support you is important?

Cee-Paul-Giving back to my community who supports me is very, very important because if not for God and them as a community, I wouldn’t have been able to get to this level.  So me paying back will be more of positive interactions between us.

TGM-Where do you see yourself in the music industry in 5 years?

Cee-Paul-In the next 5 years in the music industry, I see myself on the top of the world. I see myself leading in my area of music.  Thanks!

TGM-Thank you for your time and we wish you all the best in your quest for success…God bless you always!~!

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A proud grandma. Music promoter and analyst. Editor in Chief of www.thinkghmusic.com and USA correspondent. Follow her on twitter at @winters_elaine



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