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by Tejumola Lewis - Aug. 19, 2020 4 Comments


We sat down for some cyber-tea with Bizzonthetrack. The discussion wasn’t your conventional fan-fic journey to success as it brought to light a different perspective on the Nigerian music industry. We can say it was educative and fun. To start, we cleared up some gray area. He told us how he was considering changing his name to Bisi Kuti as many people already think it is his real name. He wouldn’t be the first to even as we look forward to the change. What do you think? Let us know in the comments.


ZGM: On the assumption that you’re Yoruba, what’s your government name?

BK: Ahmed Adebisi


BK recently released “Bisi Kuti (Deluxe)” produced by Producawa. We were curious to know how it all went down.  As someone who loves what he does, BK finds the music-making process enjoyable. He, however, did not fail to share some obstacles he faced. 



ZGM:  What was your experience working on the “Bisi Kuti” project?

BK: A couple of features were hard to get like Whoisakin. Some songs took forever; I started writing "Shoda" about two years ago and finished this year.


Getting other artists to feature on songs is never an easy task for artistes so how he got Whoisakin on the “Fire Party” track was one story we wanted to hear. While we were expecting some dramatic backstory to it, turns out it wasn’t a cat and mouse game. BK had featured with Whoisakin on a track in 2019, so he was just a DM away. “Fire Party” appears to be his favourite song off the project due to his long-standing connection with Whoisakin. 



BK revealed that he left school for two years to focus on music. He didn’t outrightly describe his experience when juggling both school and music, but he did highlight the COVID-19 pandemic helping to reduce the load. He has just a few months left to finish up. We wish him the very best in that regard.


ZGM: Who, among the high ranked Nigerian musicians, has had great influence to you? And, given a chance, who would you like to work with?

BK: Talking about influences, it’s actually my peer group that have really influenced me. Blaqbonez and I rapped together. 


With all the major artists on the charts and boards, one would think that the big names and more extensive market influencers would be his primary inspiration. It’s encouraging to see that there are still people within immediate environments that still fuel the passion.


It was an exciting discussion with BK. Closing off our cyber-chill session, BK let us in on some exclusive info. His has new music with Bliizzy dropping on September 11th! Remember, you heard it here first. We are anticipating the new track and his name change.



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