Weiser, the emerging Afrobeats star, attributes his fervor for music to a childhood immersed in the soul-stirring tunes of gospel artists such as Tope Alabi and Esther Igbekele.
In a statement shared with Saturday Beats, Weiser expressed his admiration for secular atistes such as Qdot, Olamide, Seyi Vibez, Zinoleesky, and Young John, revealing the transformation of his musical tastes over time.
The singer-songwriter recently unveiled his latest project, an Extended Play album titled “Logrhythm,” boasting eight captivating tracks.
Reflecting on his journey, Weiser acknowledged the hurdles faced by aspiring musicians, from financial constraints to struggles in securing performance opportunities.
Recounting instances of rejection and setbacks, he recalled the perseverance required to carve a path in the competitive music scene.