After successfully capturing and stamping their feet on the American music scene, it is not surprising that versatile singing duo, Eghosa Rodney Agbonayinma, aka Row and Osazuwa Michael Agbonayinma, aka Zuwa, decided to return to their fatherland, Nigeria, to claim their space on the music space as rare breeds with a smashing hit single titled, The whole Night.
Born to House of Representatives member, Hon. E.J Agbonayinma, the budding musical greenhorns, armed with a mouth watering talent are eager to storm, set a new trend, take over and lead the pace on the music space with their rare kind of music, which they claim is yet to be defined because they believe defining it may limit their creativity and versatility.
At their unveiling and introduction to the Nigerian media on Friday, January 12, at the Signature of Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, the two dashing teenagers explained how they intend to break into the competitive Nigerian music industry.
“We do pretty good music never seen before, and we have great musical stuff we’re bringing on board. When you have great stuff you aren’t scared to launch out in an industry that is complicated or crazy,” Row said.
Signed to U & I Music, an entertainment platform owned by their father, they intend to ride on the crest of the label’s influence to stardom. Just like David Adeleke, aka Davido explore and exploited his father’s influence to stardom, the US-based singers are also poised to explore and exploit their father’s influence as statesman.
Expressing excitement at the artiste unveiling, fellow state man and veteran moviemaker, Lancelot Imasuen, said: “It is an emotional morning for me to see the talented kids being unveiled today.
“I have known their father for a long time and he is a lover of good music so I’m surprised that he is surprised that his boys are musically talented. I’m extremely glad to see that this came to fruition and I believe that with God, their unique talent and your support, they would become the new trend in Nigerian music,” he mused.