Nigerian-American singer, Jidenna has said he hopes to bridge the gap between people, races and nations through his music.
The Classic Man crooner gave insight to his recently released debut album and sound purpose at a forum titled ‘Community Meeting With The Chief: Album Versus Singles In Digital Era,’ on the Vibe.NG.
Jidenna noted that the reason his songs have a blend of different cultural sounds is to allow its relations to different kind of people.
He explained that his new album, “The Chief”, was named after his late father’s status, which he intends to attain through his music.
According to the Igbo singer, he spent thirty days alone, without seeing anyone, to write the album.
He also disclosed that he is working on collaborations with Nigerian artistes:
“I can decide to do a record with BurnaBoy, Wizkid or Davido,” he said.
Written by Clement Oluwasegun