“Making music with Semah has taught me to be humble” – Flavour
Flavour has revealed that working and making music with Semah has taught him the virtue of humility.
Flavour had met the talented blind Liberian singer during his visit to Liberia in 2017.
In an Interview with Showtime, singer Flavor revealed that making music with the blind boy has being an humbling experience.
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“I was introduced to Semah through Masterkraft and the traditional Queen Ruler of Liberia, Juli Endee, during my trip to Liberia last year. He performed at the Liberia Peace Cultural Centre.
His vocals, intonation and confidence blew me away. Working with him has been incredibly humbling.
He is a vibrant young boy, who at a young age was very sure of himself and confident. I admire these qualities in him, which have made it a pleasure to work alongside him on his first E.P. titled ‘Divine’.
I haven’t really experienced any challenges working with Semah. He doesn’t allow his visual impairment to hinder him in any way”, he said with enthusiasm.
Though he is a reputable musician of enviable pedigree, Flavour spared no words in expressing excitement and eagerness to work with unique musical talents such as Semah.
“I love working with unique artistes and talents. Semah fits into this category. Music is all about evolving and going beyond the expected creative boundaries. I’m always inspired to work with such great talent”, he said.