Rizlight Amadi…Rising Star!~!

Rizlight Amadi
Rizlight Amadi…Rising Star!~!


ThinkGhMusic- Who is Rizlight Amadi and how did he get his beginning?

Rizlight Amadi-I am a recording artiste, music producer and a mix engineer.  My beginning came from listening and  loving all genres of music.

ThinkGhMusic- Where do you come from?

Rizlight Amadi- I am a Nigerian, I come from Imo State but live in Lagos right now.

ThinkGhMusic- Tell me a little about your family?

Rizlight Amadi- There are five of us in the family-Dad and Mom and 3 of us siblings-one sister and elder brother and me the youngest of the siblings.

ThinkGhMusic-Who is your inspiration and what do you see for your future in music?

Rizlight Amadi- I had none really but I looked up to Baba and my greatest inspiration is myself.  For my future in music I see a lot of possibilities of my music going worldwide and topping charts and billboards.

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

Rizlight Amadi- My advice for future musicians is that they should be patient and humble because humility plays a big role in your career.  They should put God first in all that they do and He will direct and lead them to a safer path for them to take their journey on.

ThinkGhMusic-What genre of music do you perform and isn’t “Mama Africa” Reggae genre?

Rizlight Amadi-Mama Africa” is a Reggae but its not the genre I do every time I can just say I’m versatile and like to do all genre’s of music but  I like doing more of Reggae though.

ThinkGhMusic- What does this song “Mama Africa” mean to you and why did you write it?

Rizlight Amadi- When I write a name for a song it is because there is a center on which I used in creating harmonies and melodies, and that’s the chorus so I use a solidifying name to back everything up that I am saying.  The song always means a lot to me in that thru the song a  message is passed to the listeners so I cherish the way it causes the effect of paving a way for me in the music industry.

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ThinkGhMusic- What can we look forward to in the future and say 10 years from now?

Rizlight Amadi- What my fans and the public can look forward to is more and more hit songs, inspirational songs, and great features from me.  In 10 years I see myself at the very top of my career.

ThinkGhMusic- Thank you for your time and I 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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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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