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Saturday, May 17, 2014

I Don’t Know How To Drive - Mo’cheddah Reveals

Mo’cheddah in a new interview with Leadership Newspaper has revealed that she does not know how to drive and she’s fully back to music. She also said she never took a break from music because she was engaged and expecting a baby. She revealed that she isn’t scared of any female musician because the sky is big enough for them all, and she only left her record label because she felt it was time to move on. Enjoy part of the interview below;


There are gists that you were engaged and went away to have a baby?

No! I didn’t go away to have a baby and I don’t have any babies yet. I am not yet engaged either. Music is still my love for now. If you had a baby, would you not be proud of the child? Of course I’ll be proud of my baby. I have nieces and nephews I love so much, so I can’t hide a gift from God, I would never do that. I’m still very young.


Since you parted ways with your former record label, which record label are you now?

I am on my own now. I’m running my own record label now called Cheddah Music and it’s just me and my board of directors and the vision is to stay true and not to compromise who I am as a person and as an artiste.

What really went awry between you and your former record label?

Nothing really happened. My contract expired and they had taught me everything I needed to know and at the time when I left the record label, I made a decision to be on my own which also influenced the decision of me taking a break at that point.

Don’t you feel threatened with the number of successful female artistes in the industry now?

Not at all. You know, at the end of the day, it’s not a competition; it’s an expression. We are all expressing ourselves and really, I love them all. I am proud of what they’ve achieved but what separates me from them really is my style of music, my sound, my drive and how far I am willing to go. At the end of the day I just want to make good music and I think there’s space for everybody.

What are the three things people don’t know about Mo’cheddah?

Mo’cheddah loves to cook. I love to exercise that is to hit the gym and maintain my physique. And Mo`cheddah doesn’t know how to drive. That sounds funny abi?


21 comments:

  1. You don't have to know 'how' to drive. You learn to drive. It's a matter of making out time and going to a driving school. Nobody knows it from birth.

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    1. No big deal dear, u can learn. We all learnt :)

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    2. Lolz,starting mine on Monday. M turn off has always bn d kinda cars used in driving schls.

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    3. Lol @anon 15:23. I can imagine, i 1st learnt to drive in a field, was 18, den i enter road dey drive like say na only me dey road. Dey had to refer me to a driving sch, i reach dre see dose useless cars dey use, and d teacher wud always say, emm ...u shud always look @ yo rear/side mirror, dont worry - dis car doesnt av, ur car @home shud. Wen u pack , pull yo handbrake- dis car's own is spoilt. I began wondering what d damn car has!

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    4. Barbie u got me rolling on the floor with laughter .

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    5. Lmao @ Barbie

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  2. Is dt suppose 2 be a shocking discovery or what now...mstchw

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  3. Nice responds from her in all. DERA MI

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  4. She doesn't no how 2 drive bcos her boyfriend has a driver who drives them abt in a Mercedes-Benz car.......is dat suppose 2 b a new gist? Next pls!!!

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  5. Dis dera mi ehn, your english can kill person o. Must you always comment?

    OluwaBlesyn

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  6. I can teach you if you don't mind. Contact me

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  7. Now playing
    DESTINAMBARI

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  8. Nigerians can assume things sha

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  9. Quite funny

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  10. What's Bukunyi looking at

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  11. Sorry for your own

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  12. Somebody shld help me tell her that it is not destinumbri but dus numbari. She stole it from the bollywood movie.

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  13. She ripped that destinumbari thing from the bollywood classic dus numbri. Next time month chedadah do some research. You singing destinumbari made u seek tastless, classless and tacky.

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  14. Please go and learn to drive and stop the nonsense

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