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Shallipopi

Crown Uzama, a Nigerian artist and TikToker, was born on December 4, 2000. She is also professionally known as Shallipopi (A. K. A, Plutomaniapopi, Biggestdripinafrica, or Evian).

The term “Pluto” is his well-known colloquialism, and his admirers refer to him as “Plutomania citizens.”

He released a song called “Gra Gra,” which quickly gained popularity on all music and social media websites.

Music money is like a ritual – Shallipopi

Music money is like ritual – Shallipopi
Music money is like a ritual – Shallipopi
Crown Uzama, also known as Shallipopi, is a well-known artist from Nigeria who has talked about the enormous wealth in the music business.

The musician claimed that it is impossible to comprehend the money in the business in an interview with Pop Central TV.

He said that even if he stopped composing music, the tracks he had previously released would still bring in money, drawing comparisons between the money produced by rituals and music.

Crown Uzama, also known as Shallipopi, is a well-known artist from Nigeria who has talked about the enormous wealth in the music business.

The musician claimed that it is impossible to comprehend the money in the business in an interview with Pop Central TV.

He said that even if he stopped composing music, the tracks he had previously released would still bring in money, drawing comparisons between the money produced by rituals and music.

Music has much too much money in it that you can never fully comprehend. Money for music is a ritual.

“Don’t worry if you are an artist who has only been active for a month, as long as your song is really popular.

“Therefore, I don’t feel the need to balance anything right now because I know that music will never end; even if I stop singing, the songs I’ve dropped will still bring in money.”

Shallipopi became well-known after releasing “Elon Musk,” his debut hit.

Shallipopi Talks About Benin City, Rema’s Influence, and His Sound on Joey Akan’s “Afrobeats Intelligence”

The most recent musical celebrity to have an interview on music journalist Joey Akan’s podcast, “Afrobeats Intelligence,” is Nigerian singer-songwriter Shallipopi.

This is the first episode of the second season of the show, and Shallipopi opens up about his journey thus far. He talks about coming from Benin City, Rema’s influence on local musicians, his musical genre, the reaction the industry has given to his music, experimenting with his sound, the business side of things, and a lot more.

I begged for accommodation when I moved to Lagos – Singer Shallipopi

I begged for accommodation when I moved to Lagos – Singer Shallipopi
I begged for accommodation when I moved to Lagos – Singer Shallipopi

Rising Nigerian artist Crown Uzama, better known by his stage name Shallipopi, has shared his story on how difficult it was to find housing when he first moved to Lagos from Benin City to pursue his musical career.

He claimed that even though some of his friends liked his music, they wouldn’t let him stay.

He disclosed that he had tricked some boys into thinking he would only be staying for four days, and that’s how they finally decided to put him up.

Before the release of her song “Elon Musk,” Shallipopi made a statement on the most recent episode of the Zero Conditions podcast. When I arrived in Lagos, I was trying to find a place to stay. Then, because some of my friends in Lagos had previously told me they enjoyed my song “Elon Musk,” I began getting in touch with them. These friends had been showing off their flamboyant lifestyle on WhatsApp status updates. All four of the folks I reached out to indicated I couldn’t stay with them.

“I finally located someone who invited me to stay with them. I told them I would only be here for four days, but I was lying. I received a performance in Port Harcourt with just my song, “Elon Musk,” which wasn’t getting any popularity at the time, after spending four days there. However, my airfare was covered by the organizers, and the price was N50,000. My roommates were determined to accompany me. My first flight was the one.

“A lot of money in music, even an up-and-coming artist with just one hit song can make so much,” he also revealed during the interview.

Shallipopi rose to stardom earlier this year when his song “Elon Musk” gained a lot of traction on social media.

The song became a street anthem after the singer, who was born in Benin, collaborated with well-known rapper Zlatan Ibile on a remix.

Shallipopi Drops New Single ‘Things On Things’

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