As is the case with most people who yearn for success, Mavin Records artiste, Reekado Banks, says his biggest fear is failure.
The singer, who released his debut album Spotlight in August 2016, says he embarks on every project with a sense of apprehension.
In a recent chat with TheCable Lifestyle, the Ladies and Gentlemen singer said: “Failure is my biggest fear at the moment.”
Harping on what inspires his music and lyrics, Reekado Banks said “everyday events”.
“Definitely what is going on around me, I like to sing about stuff that is relatable with,” he said.
According to the singer, Mavin Records and Don Jazzy are responsible for the success he’s enjoyed so far in his music career.
The latter, he said, has greatly influenced his music direction and sound.
“Most of my music success is attributed to the Mavin Records, we work hand in hand and everything I have done has been a success because of their support,” he added.
The Katapult singer also disclosed that he’s going to embark on a major tour very soon.
Reekado Banks says he will go on a tour of Europe, America, Canada and also do a “spotlight campus tour” in Nigeria.
The 23-year-old singer noted that the American tour will commence on April 19.
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