Meet Singer & SongWriter, Irvin Fame as he talks about his Recently released Extented Play, ‘Anxiety Room’ the ep.

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Irvin Fame presents his Highly anticipated Body of work ‘Anxiety Room’the Ep.

The fast-rising superstar Chisom Irvin David Anioligbo was born March 30th, 1994, he hails from Delta state Nigeria, and started his musical journey when he was 16.
According to the singer

“music is a Family thing I grew up being around my Uncle Raskimolo so the music is like a family thing,  i started singing since i was 16 and since then i have released 3 Eps “90’s Kid”, “Nostalgia”, and this one “Anxiety Room”.

Tell us About the EP Anxiety Room?

“Well, Anxiety Room is a project I did base on my true life experiences that I’ve been through, with a current Heart Break, that’s what actually inspired this ep Anxiety Room. When I was making this EP I said  I was going to make it very emotional And yeah the review so far has been mad.”

The 6 Tracked ep has features from producer and singer Chimzy fire, JayOcean, and DJ Chinnex.

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Do you have any regrets so far?

“Nah Nah just some few Challenges which I believe if I keep going and if I’m consistent I will definitely overcome, and I’ve tried to be very consistent.”

 

WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

Yeah, it’s different from when I was growing up, cause back then it’s all about getting a record deal, No deal No shine all those kinda things.
But its a different ball game now cause I feel this is an Era of Independent artist cause now you can make so much money from Royalties when
you promote on apple music, Spotify, and other streaming platforms, you don’t need to be signed to do that,  you can do it on your own.
So yeah the thing has actually changed and its now favorable for indie artist looking to promote their self. 

The singer also said that he feels that The A list artist in the Nigerian music industry doesn’t like supporting upcoming artist,  according to the singer :

 I don’t know if they feel like it kinda like a challenge between the A list artist and the upcoming artist Or they just feel like the star is not big enough for everybody to shine but that’s wrong, I’m not in their hearts and I don’t know what goes on in there but that is what it seems cause, that’s the picture they portray. Like, they made it on their own you have to make it on your own, they don’t want to stretch out a helping hand. It’s really rear to see an artist
that we say I like what you have and I want to help. The only person I see doing it is don jazzy and its 50/50 cause he’s getting somthing out of it,
it’s not like i want help this guy.

The singer also shared light on Nigerian female artist not getting the recognition they deserve according to him

“I don’t think it’s fair it’s more like a double standard for the music industry typically Nigeria music Industry cause the female artist I feel they don’t project their self their career more compare to boys , guys are more hungry and they put out there content.

The singer also said he has come across some female singers and he asked them to put out their stuff, grow their Instagram but they will be like I will do it
and at the end of the day, they won’t do it.

Irvin Fame is a good artist with great potentials and he is here to win go check out his EP Anxiety Room on Audiomack it’s a must listen.

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