My Fall On AFRIMA Stage Inspired A Single – Seyi Shay Reveals
Nigerian vocalist, Seyi Shay was the focal point of consideration at the current year’s All Africa Music Awards in the wake of falling in front of an audience while performing.
While talking with Sunday Scoop, the vocalist said she was so sharp with all her group when she went backstage.
She stated, “At backstage, I was accusing everybody. I faulted my beautician, the planner, and my administrator. I even faulted the stage. Be that as it may, actually what is intended to be will be. I think with each lesson, there is a gift.
“I realized that when I got off the stage and opened my telephone, there would be such a great amount of discuss my fall. Like I expected, when I got to my room, Instablog9ja as of now had 40,000 perspectives.”
As indicated by her, the AFRIMA’s experience was the first occasion when she would experience such a humiliating minute as an artiste
“You know everyone has a first time. Wizkid, Davido and even Beyonce have endured comparative destiny previously. She tumbled from the stage. Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez have fallen in front of an audience too.
“In this way, when you consider every one of these stars and their encounters, you will understand that you are not unique in relation to them and you are not insusceptible to botches too. I see my fall as an extremely lowering snapshot of my life,” she included.
Quickly she exited the Eko Hotel and Suites setting of AFRIMA, she went to the studio with her director and Klem, the musician who composed ‘Yolo’, to make a melody.
She expressed, “The title of my new tune is The Fall, and it needs to do with the AFRIMA’s involvement. I intend to drop the melody one month from now. Some of the time, when mishap happens, you need to take a gander at the positive side and every one of the open doors in it to transform the adversity into fortune. That is the thing that we are doing well at this point.”
She thought about how she lifted herself up after she fell, saying she was recently aware of the way that it was a live show and she couldn’t disappoint Nigerians.
“I figure the fall just drew out the best in me. It influenced me to understand that I wasn’t strong. Since I realized that it was a live show, viewed by everybody over the globe, I couldn’t humiliate my nation. I had no real option except to get up and complete the show.
“It was the dress I wore that caused the fall, however a great many people didn’t realize that. I ventured on it and the material dragged me down. I will be 100 for every penny cautious while considering my ensemble going ahead,” she noted.