Since Praise ‘Praiz’ Adejo won the Best Artist in Africa: RnB & Soul at the 2015 edition of the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA), he has been on fire.

Since Praise ‘Praiz’ Adejo won the Best Artist in Africa: RnB & Soul at the 2015 edition of the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA), he has been on fire.

Since Praise ‘Praiz’ Adejo won the Best Artist in Africa: RnB & Soul at the 2015 edition of the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA), he has been on fire.

 

Recently, he took us  on a journey on his career, his plans and more. We have been asking when will he get married and his response is epic.

Talking about marriage, Praiz explains “We’re in the era where marriages crash incessantly. It’s crazy. I never knew marriage to be this way. So I just try to take my eyes off these marriage break ups and focus on my parents. I don’t want to rush into marriage in as much as I know that time is running out.

He has always said there is  beef in the industry ‘Beef’ in the industry is not healthy. I don’t encourage it. Over time, I’ve come to realise that there’s no real love in the industry. But I don’t encourage bad blood.” However,  he said “Personally, I’m very selective of the kind of collaborations I do. It has to be a high quality song. I don’t water down my standards. This year, I’ll be doing more African collaborations though. I have collaborations with Sarkodie from Ghana, Vanessi Mdee from Tanzania to name a few.

Despite all that has been happening around him, he insists “I feel blessed not to be struggling. But the fact is that the hustling continues. I always tell people that my hustling story is a lesson for me. It teaches me that you need to be humble, consistent, persistent and prayerful.

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