Nation Boss sees good changes in local music | Entertainment
Nation Boss has caught the attention of music lovers over the past month, and said he is honoured by the response he is receiving.
But he said that he is even more honoured because the response is a testament to him creating “something out of nothing”.
He told THE STAR, “Life is different as a youth who came up with nothing. There was a lack of resources and the constant need to fight to stay in survival mode. There were lots of adjustments.”
Nation Boss’ Humans track and music video premiered on March 16 on YouTube and has amassed close to four million views.
The recording artiste said that with the reaction to his song, he sees the industry evolving to “a wider view of consciousness”.
“Most definitely, I’ve been seeing changes. Music is merely you believing and helping yourself and others believing in what you’re doing as well,” Nation Boss said.
In a matter of weeks, Nation Boss received the nod of approval from established entertainers like I-Octane, Chronic Law, Rygin King, Sanchez and Ding Dong.
His process in getting the industry to listen to his music “has involved a bit of building a brand and making persons believe in it,” which is similar to any other career, though it is not always visible, he said.
The artiste said that he is presently working on putting out new singles for May, one of which is a collaboration with St Mary hitmaker Yaksta.
“I’m just keeping my perspectives organic, and the chemistry between me and Yaksta was already made telepathically, so people can expect the music to be one for the books. For this month, all I’m bringing is pure positive energy,” Nation Boss said.