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Erigga Jumps On ‘Konji’ Track Off WichySkills Debut Album

Erigga Jumps On ‘Konji’ Track Off WichySkills Debut Album 

Wichyskills’ music philosophy, like that of other musicians, has a backstory. His debut album features Erigga. 

By Omotayo Olutekunbi

On his debut Album ‘7 Days a Week’, Erigga featured on the song ‘Konji’ which was released in 2018.
Wichyskills, an artiste located in Abuja, claims his music philosophy is to create music that is relatable to common people.

“I don’t simply want to amuse; I want to produce music that people can relate to on a human level,” says the singer, whose actual name is Richard Achimugu. A listen to his debut album, ‘7daysAweek,’ verifies this dedication.

Erigga, Blaqbonez, B.O.C, Acetune, Lord Zeus, and Black House are among the artists included on the nine-track record, which was released in 2020.

7daysAweek recounts the highs and lows of every Nigerian between the ages of 16 and 70.
The album’s first track, ‘The Ongoing Call,’ conveys a prayer of hope to everyone who is struggling, while in Konji featuring Erigga, Wichyskills appoints himself as a vocal outlet for those who are obsessed with making it – Konji no be illness, he sings sonorously.

In 2009, he began recording, and the following year, he joined as an apprentice to learn carpentry.
These two worlds are at odds since he was supposed to be the star of the show as a musician. However, as an apprentice, he should learn to observe and obey what the masters say.

As a young guy, navigating these two worlds and higher education institutions provided him with an insight into the many realities of Nigerians.
Wichyskills claims he is only getting started after 12 years and that he would not stop until he “sells enormous albums and sells out arenas.”

Listen to his music here.

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