Nigerian musician and songwriter sensation Stanley Omah Didia, known professionally as Omah Lay, has revealed how his sudden fame has affected his mental health.
According to him, his sudden fame put him in a bad mental state, highlighting that he initially struggled but then found his footing.
In a candid interview with Nigerian media personality Adesope Olajide on the Afrobeats podcast, the “Bad Influence” singer explained: “It was a big step forward; I struggled at first and it put me in a bad state of mind as I was still trying to learn my habits.
However, over time, I became more comfortable and learned that I was running my race and that I should go at my own pace.He continued: “There was pressure. You don’t expect to go from a crappy laptop or studio life to becoming a global superstar. It’s like they took you from the beginning of music production to here (points to Studio0 equipment; ‘You get lost’)
The famous artiste further claimed that he has no problem speaking about his vulnerabilities in public, emphasizing that his songs are all about his life experiences.
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