Nigerian singer Flavour has revealed how he had been invited to a church – a Catholic Diocese specifically – to perform during one of their special programmes, a Harvest, despite being a secular artiste.
Flavour N’abania as he is also popularly known as said this in the recent Blackbox interview with BBNaija reality star and host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu when asked how he pulled through the last December.
“You had a great December still, how come because people no make money last year?”, Ebuka asked. Replying, Flavour said, “I think December is the season. Every time I call it my season to cash out. I think it is also because of the kind of music I play. I think my music is timeless and it fits into any kind of event. So even if we are not doing the crowded shows and all, there is something for everybody”, he said. Read also: Gospel Songs Should Be Sung In Clubs, Weddings, Everywhere – Samuel Suh
“I even performed for Church at Onitsha. When I got the invite, I was like what am I doing here”, he added amidst laughter.
Speaking further, he narrated how his mum does not appreciate his secular music and he would sing gospel songs for her. This Flavour said, reminds him of how versatile he is. “That also reminds me of who I am. As Flavour, Flavour of Africa, I am a bit of everything, I am about everything. Today, I can test this way, tomorrow I can give you another one. I had to do that to fit in everyone”, he said.Photos Credit: Getty