Rexxie says his mother bought him his first music production equipment.


The music producer discussed his career evolution in an interview with Chude Jideonwo, the media entrepreneur.

Rexxie said his first equipment was purchased by his mother as a form of support during his formative years.

“It was the point when my mum wasn’t feeling too well. And, that period, I wasn’t getting much cash from home and I had to do extra, and music was the only thing sorting the bill,” he said.


“My mum had tuberculosis at that time, and no attention was on my side. Although, my music production journey started at YABATECH when I came to Lagos.

“I saw the way everyone was into the music thing, and I felt that I had it in me too. My mum is more of a handwork kind of person. She was a seamstress; she makes clothes.

“And she understood the importance of what that was going to help with, in the next generation because you can’t compare handwork and going to school. She saw me doing that and she was like, ‘what can I do to help you?’


“She saw that passion and I told her I wanted a sound card and she bought it for me.”

Rexxie, born Ezeh Chisom Faith, is a Nigerian record producer, DJ, and songwriter.

He is popular for creating the Zanku sound and producing the Naira Marley songs ‘Soapy’ and ‘Tesumole’.


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