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My music to support women’s rights –Tosing

A budding singer, Oluwatosin Kayode, aka Tosing, has said that she wants to use her music to support women’s rights and gender equality.

Tracing the genesis of her career, she told Sunday Scoop, “I was born in Lagos, Nigeria, to a family of five. I studied Agricultural Extension and Management, but I have always been very passionate about music. I want to use my music to support gender equality and women’s rights. I also want to become one of the biggest acts out of Africa, so that I can motivate African girls and black women all around the world.”

On the inspiration behind her Extended Play album, Sugar Puss, she said, “My sound is diverse. It is a blend of afropop, reggae, afro RnB, afrosoul, highlife and trap culture. The title of my album means an endearing young lady. It is basically about me expressing myself.

“Meanwhile, my new single, Look, features Gazza, who is one of the biggest acts from Namibia.”

Revealing some of the personalities that have influenced her music, she said,

“To a large extent, I have been ‘musically influenced’ by Sunny Ade and Ebenezer Obey, both of whom I grew up listening to. In recent times, I also admire Tiwa Savage and Yemi Alade.”

Listing her career highlights, she said, “I have been privileged to perform on both big and small stages in and outside Nigeria. I performed at the African Fashion Show in London (United Kingdom), and also in Lagos.”

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