In a one-on-one interview with Lil Shaker on Pulse TV, the rapper/singer has revealed that he didn't 'choose music as a career, rather, he found it'.
In the Ghanaian entertainment industry where music is not lucrative, it is hard for young talents to venture into it due to the risk involved.
However, BBnZ Live's act Lil Shaker did not consider the risk involved, rather, he followed his passion after listening to songs his uncle brought home from Germany.
The "Koene" singer who was on Pulse TV to talk about his career, latest tracks, upcoming album and other projects revealed that, he didn't 'choose music as a career, rather, he found it'.
"I don't think I chose music -- I found it. When my uncle came back from Germany, he brought a whole bunch of CDs (compact disc) and we played them all the time so I was forced to listen to music. And I actually liked most of them so it started off from there," he revealed.
Though, Shaker is known for engineering, rapping and vocal performance, he had no difficulty in selecting production as his favourite art. To authenticate his choice, he said "My favourite is production because production process is more creative. It's from the beats that I actually write my songs so I will choose production."
Watch the interesting interview above!