Nigerian sensational artiste Loxxy in a recent interview talked about his producer Chimaga, coming from a musical Family, his challenges, Sars in Rivers State, doing music in Port-Harcourt compared to Lagos, his taste and preference on the Lagos Boli Vs. Port-harcourt Bole…
Speaking about his dreams he said he would like to work with Tiwa Savage, and build/run a business empire that includes comedy, music, entertainment and much more…. Watch the interview below:
“Damiete Lawrence, known by his stage name Loxxy, is a Nigerian singer-songwriter and record producer. Born and raised in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, by a musician father (Tony Lawrence). Loxxy, began making music at a young age and have performed in various musical venues in his hometown throughout his childhood.
A musical prodigy from a young age, his passion to excel has given him such inner worth in pursuing his dreams.
Loxxy had his first taste of the music industry in 2003, where he was featured on his father’s track, an old school music don and a household name in the Port Harcourt music scene.
Moved to London in 2009 for his first and second degree program but the love and passion for the music industry only grew as he took influences from the UK music industry and infuse it into his own style. He became a star in and around the campus environment, holding musical shows in nightclubs and top rated carnivals around the country.
He took advantage of the opportunity created and with the right mindset became a successful musician.
His artistic influences include the likes of Kanye West, Duncan Mighty, EdSheeran, ColdPlay & Joe Budden. His star quality was evident in his hits single ‘Finished Me’. In addition to his solo music, Loxxy has collaborated with numerous other artists.
His songs Locomotive” and “*Hammer*“, enjoyed good airplay on radio stations in Abuja, Port Harcourt, Lagos and in the UK.
He successfully completed the requirements for a BSc Honours and Master degree from Kingston and Southampton university London. A true blood Port Harcourt boy.”