29 Oct Talk Talk with Ozzy B
It’s been a long day, yet I have this article on my mind. Ozzy B a music creative from Nigeria, Africa and I had just concluded a lovely conversation which I’ve been excited to share. The reason for my excitement, I’m not quite sure. I had my comments about his recent body of work. I’ve been a follower of some sorts of his art, even if I wasn’t, I seemed to be surrounded by people who loved him cause of his debut work diary of a loner which they all collectively felt was an embodiment of their younger years fighting through the realities and depression of life’s obstacles and education. Years later he was more defined, more defined. He was what I feel he needed to be and we all had to accept that. This is the new age, after all, we need to accept the change of innovation. Nothing is defined, it’s a journey we are all embarking on as the generation dedicated to change the state of how we’re perceived by the world, this I’ve stated all again and I end with Ozzy B, another addition to this form of a new future with more expressions, more ideas, more diversity and change from Africa. The world will listen to his sound, to our voice, I’ve decided to share his mind.
You can make a song about trying to stop violence and someone can listen to the song cause it takes them to a world where they want to destroy everything. The same song can be used by someone to forget their problems. I feel the full song is not the message, it’s each melody and chord, each note you hit.