The singer described himself as an extreme optimist.
Mbryo, the Rugged Records act, launched his music career when he debutted in Ruggedman’s Ruggedy Baba remix.
“I felt really elated considering the greatness of the Original version of the song, coupled with the fact that both Artistes (Ruggedman and 9ice) on the song are people ı respect so much. It was an honour to say the least,” a smiling Mbryo told PREMIUM TIMES.
After the Ruggedy Baba remix, Mbryo and Ruggedman released a label compilation album, Money Making Music (MMM). The pop act shared his experience working on the album.
“It was really nice working on the collaboration album, been my first time, I gained a lot of working experience through the project most of which is still helping me today,” he said.
Mbryo, who grew up in a church with his pastor father, plays guitar, drums, keyboards, and also doubles as song producer and writer, The multi-talented pop act believes his distinctive voice and style, God’s favour, and his personality would make him a huge success in the Nigeria music industry.
The singer, however, says he is not under any pressure to deliver a hit track.
“Well I am not under any pressure I believe in myself as much as my boss (Ruggedman) believes in me. Time + Hard work + Dedication + God’s favour equals success,” he said.
Performing a fusion of Soul RnB and Afro Pop, Mbryo has released a few songs like ‘Remote’, ‘Take Over’, ‘Don’t Go’, and ‘I Like Your Azonto,’ all in the collaboration album; as well as ‘Money Making Music’ which is available on digital distribution network, www.spinlet.com and www.m.iroking.com ..
The singer is currently shooting videos for his new singles, Parole and Ragabomi (produced by D’tunes), and says he draws inspiration from musicians like John Legend, Boyz 2 men, 2face Idibia and his boss, Ruggedman, whom he says has been instrumental to his successes so far in the music industry.
Born Prince Maxwell Oghenemıne Omoferı to a father, who is a pastor, and a businesswoman mother, Mbryo is the first boy of seven children. He holds a Diploma in Mass Communication and believes his music would be great in the next five years.
The artiste has worked with other acts like Yung XP, Olamide, as well as producers such as D’tunes, Woyesound and Mr. Vine.
Mbryo describes himself as an extreme optimist, football lover, Gemini and an absolute believer in God.
“God inspires me. The gift of music is a gift from him to me; hence he equips me with whatever it takes to execute it properly,” he said.
View Mbryo’s videos from www.youtube.com/officialmbryo
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