Sinzu / Sauce Kid – Wikipedia , Biography , Net Worth , Age
When Sinzu first hit the ground running, no one would have projected that he would hit these low levels of alleged criminality, and lose focus on his music. And that’s because he showed so much promise. Everyone believed in his talent because he had it in him.
The first time Nigerians were introduced to Sauce Kid was in 2005 – his first ever single ‘Omoge’ featuring the legendary Mike Okri and was a mild hit. It was fresh, different and had the ‘swagger’ Nigerian artistes had been mimicking for years.
“Sinzu was a great guy. Always energetic, and cracking jokes and very lively. Everyone loved him,” says Tola Odunsi aka Bobby Boulders, the entertainment entrepreneur who was in charge of creative visual direction at Storm Records where the rapper was once signed.
“Working with him was amazing. He was so talented. A genius who was gifted.” He continued.
The scene was his for the taking. Nigerian music and all of its local content was on the verge of cracking glass ceilings and achieving breakthroughs. People were beginning to switch allegiances from Western music, to the content recorded in Nigeria, which had local elements, sounds and melodies. It was a great time to be an artiste. D’banj and Don Jazzy had just returned, a burgeoning local music scene was thriving, and our local pop music was being promoted.
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