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Amidst ‘Rush’ season and as Ayra Starr continues to blow up on the airwaves, the singer reflects on tricks of the game she deployed pre-stardom. Read all about it in our story below.
On today’s episodes of beautiful success stories we love to hear, Mavin star girl, Ayra Starr, has shared some tactics she employed in her earlier days before stardom.
According to the singer who jokingly saluted poverty and the fear thereof, while using the Nigerian slang, Sapa, she used to beef up her performances with members of her family or friends to make sure there were people who were at least fans of her music in the crowd. Ayra Starr said; “Early Last year I used to take my friends and family to concerts and performances just incase no one knew my music ,they would help me scream my songs and ginger the audience ???? Sapa nice one ????”
Currently sitting on the number one position on streaming platforms in the country with her latest single, Rush, Ayra Starr clearly no longer has to worry about showgoers not knowing her songs. The singer also seems poised for Western stardom as she recently put out a remix of her hit single, Bloody Samaritan with American singer, Kelly Rowland. Furthermore, Ayra Starr is one of the acts rumoured to be on Wizkid’s forthcoming and highly anticipated fifth studio album, More Love, Less Ego