Music Producer Magicsticks Survives Car Accident With Mum
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By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Magicsticks, a well-known music producer, recently revealed how he managed to survive an accident one day into 2023.
The producer, who is credited with creating many of Asake’s beats, revealed that he and his mother were only spared by God after being engaged in a tragic accident.
He said that it was his custom to spend the New Year’s holiday with his mother. However, while he was leaving with her, an accident occurred when one of their automobile tires detached and careened down a hill while their vehicle was also on the brink of the slope.
In his words, “I usually spend the new year with my mum. So January 2nd on our way out we had an accident. The front tire came out and went down the hill. Our car was at the edge as well, It’s only Grace I’m grateful to God. Happy new year.”
Magicsticks is a Nigerian record producer, sound engineer, and disc jockey with the catchphrase “Tune in for the King of Sounds and Blues.”
His most well-known work is the production of all 12 songs on Asake’s ‘Mr. Money with the Vibe’ album, which debuted at number 66 on the Billboard 200 charts and topped the charts in 31 other countries.
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