Singer Ayrastarr Describes Her “Sapa”Experience
Oyinkansola Aderibigbe, better known by her stage as Ayrastarr, a Nigerian singer, took to Twitter to reminisce why she used to go to concerts with her family and friends in the past to advance her career.
The singer claimed that she had taken her friends and family to her shows in the past, just in case no one knew her music, so that they could encourage the crowd by joining in on the songs.
She referred to those moments in her music career as “Sapa” moments.
“Early Last year I used to take my friends and family to concerts and performances just incase no one knew my music ,they would help me scream my songs and ginger the audience.”
“Sapa, nice one”
A long time ago, getting an international artist to feature Nigerians in a song was a dream and impossible to achieve, however, things have changed and international acts are now willing to collaborate with us.
Ayra Starr has joined the group of Nigerian musicians that have worked with foreign artists.
The rapid-emerging musician has debuted her most recent collaboration with Kelly Rowland, an American singer and actress.
Ayra Starr stated on Instagram that she would collaborate on a song with the legendary musician.
“Super excited to share this with you all. Someone I’ve always wanted to work with and it’s in my song Bloody Samaritan….the beautiful legend @kellyrowland out tomorrow!!!!”.