Onome Onokohwomo, better known as Yung6ix has stated in a recent interview with The Punch that he is not at all bothered or threatened by indigenous rap presented by Olamide and Phyno.
“I have a very good relationship with Olamide and Phyno and I don’t feel threatened by any of them. I believe that the sky is wide enough for every bird to fly and I am thankful that I have my own market and fans who love me. My music is being recognised globally and my unique Nigerian style of music has made me one of the biggest hip hop brands in the industry today. Even though there is a bit of western influence in my songs but it’s also obvious that I’m a Nigerian and I always stay true to my roots.”
When ask about the creative process that revolved around the production of a single, he said this:
“I make music mentally. I don’t write songs as I find that to be stressful. I prefer to freestyle and from that I get to develop the song and make it better after some takes. True music comes from the soul and I try to stay as pure as possible.”