Nigerian singer Johnny Drille has opened up on the process it takes to make and put out music.
Speaking with media personality Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, Johnny Drille said that artistes, without the exception of him, tend to overthink a lot when they create music.
“I think a lot of people don't realise that there is a lot of overthinking when it comes to creating music, especially for artiste,” he said.
“For me, there is a lot of overthinking because I'm involved in a lot of processes; from the writing to the mixing, to the mastering, to the production.
“So there is a lot of overthinking.”
Furthermore, Johnny Drille said that before artistes already imagined what their music will sound like to their audience before putting it out.
“At the end of the day, before we decide to put out music, we kinda already imagine what it will sound like to an audience and what the reception of it will be.
“And of course, you get to play it for family and friends to get their reaction as well.
“But most times, you already kinda picture what people need at the time.
“The singability of it and the message itself, will it connect with people?
"Of course, it has to be melodious, it has to be sweet,” he said.
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