Meet Sir Hamza – The Man That Would Make Nigerians Bounce In 2018
The rapper recently dropped a freestyle “BOUNCE” produced by Lordsky
Jay Z once said, “We were kids without fathers, so we found our fathers on wax and on the streets and in history. We got to pick and choose the ancestors who would inspire the world we were going to make for ourselves.”
It is 2018 and new sounds are evolving, new music are churning out, there is a new breath of fresh air and Sir Hamza is ready, I remember hearing his verse on Steven Caise’s “Party all night”, I knew he wasn’t playing with his craft anymore. My Craft caught up with the rapper, singer, songwriter, model and all-round entertainer to talk about his journey to finding himself.
Sir Hamza; Hamzat been his real name and Sir an acronym for someone is rare; he’s a native of Oyo but lived in Lagos his whole life wrote his first song about 6 years ago, starting from miming other people’s song back in high school to turning his hobby to his source of income, Sir Hamza swears he is on the music s**t for life.
The rapper who recently dropped a freestyle “BOUNCE” produced by Lordsky said he is not being cocky but just by playing him a beat no matter the genre, he would always deliver as long there is positive vibes in the studio. Though his dad is not in support of his music or even knows he raps but his mum has contributed immensely to his passion. Thank God for mums, right?
The hip hop artiste who also shared his two cents on M.I calling Nigerian rappers a “sell out” but not necessarily calling M.I. a hypocrite. “Well, I would be lying if I said he wasn’t passing a message but also charity begins at home, he telling rappers to wake up and focus on rap but I don’t think that is what he is telling his in house rapper he recently signed.”
Living by the quote “Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game,” Sir Hamza will make everyone bounce.
Sir Hamza – Bounce
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