I just started music, stop pressuring me – Malcolm Nuna pleads

I just started music, stop pressuring me - Malcolm Nuna pleads
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Budding musician Malcolm Nuna has detailed how society has put pressure on him as a musician after winning the 3Music Awards Next Rated Act in 2020.

The young artiste who was instrumental during the drill music rave and the Kumerican era said he has had difficulty sustaining his music career.

Although he has won awards and international recognition, Malcolm Nuna expressed on the 3FM Drive that he still sees himself as an upcoming artist now discovering himself in Afrobeat.

“I’m still discovering myself in Afrobeat because it’s a very broad genre, and I feel like I’m getting there,” he told Giovani.

Malcolm Nuna’s song from his maiden album, Astalavista, became the most streamed song from an African artist after Wizkid’s Hala At Your Boy.

“I came out with an album Astalavista, and I had a song featuring HotKid that was Money Man. That was the most patronized song for a younging after Wizkid’s Holla At Your Boy.”

Nuna promised his fans nothing but greatness in the coming years and urged them to stream his new song, Benzo.

By: King Kwaku Mensa (Contributor)

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