Before Stardom With… Adeyinka Alaseyori

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What song shot you into the limelight?

For me, I would say Aye Ope launched me into stardom though some people might say it’s Oniduro Mi or Arojinle.

What inspired the song Alaseyori?

Alaseyori was inspired by my many years of toiling to put an album together and finally, God did it in some ways. The song chronicles my journey into being able to achieve the long time desire of my heart. To God alone be all the glory

How long did it take you to hit the limelight?

Our idea of the limelight is relative. I have always been around. The only difference is that more people knew me in 2020 but I have been around for over nine years excluding my early days as a young child singing in the church.

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Has stardom deprived you of anything?

I would rather not use the word stardom. Stardom hasn’t deprived me of anything and I do not intend to change anything. I love the life that I’m leading and I hope it continues this way.

What were you into before you took to music?

I was an accountant before I embraced gospel music. I have worked as an accountant across different firms in Nigeria

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Are you still friends with people who were with you before stardom?

I am still friends with everyone regardless of class, race and culture. That’s the person of Jesus that we follow.

How did you feel the first time you performed before an audience?

I have always been a bold child from childhood, leading adults in praise during retreats. My first experience was great. It’s something I have always done.

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What do you hope to achieve in the music industry?

I hope to touch more lives, heal more people who are hurting through my music and help as many people to understand the depth of God’s love towards them.

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