The street hop act who spoke on a number of things with Pulse, wants to get the world familiar with life back home in the South South on the project.
Erigga speaks with media on bringing realness into his music, a quality that has stood him out in the game, and people being able to relate to what he is saying among other gists.
The self-acclaimed street king makes clear his stand on Nigerians adapting to the international sound and signing international record deals, he says “We’re trying to sell our culture to the world, so no matter what we do, we can never get it like them, no matter what you do, don’t get lost,” he tells fellow artists.
He speaks on coverage of South South music in the media, lamenting that South South acts don’t have access to the resources Lagos artists are privileged to having, and that the only thing surviving his music is the story behind his song.
“A trip to the South” EP is in the works according to Erigga, who says he is trying to get people familiar with the South South. “It’s like a movie” he says about the EP.
On how he measures his success, Erigga says that would be when he gets to impact others with the platform he has.
“It’s not about how much you make but how many lives you can touch,” he says.