We talk to the Nigerian-born artist about his creative process, working with his new sign artist Kodded Wrld who recently just signed to his record label FourTwenty Entertainment, and how Juice Wrld has motivated and mentored him.
Nigerian-born Sheriff Olamide Akintunde also known as Noblegram or Noblebwoy understands the influence of art on music. Through his precise, clever designs, he’s grown to become a voice in the cover art space and fashion space
He already works with artists like Sirking and hoping to work with Playboi Carti and Coi leray. Arriving onto the scene a few short years ago, Noblegram, rolled his music out the culture way with an intense run throughout his home state and later brought his talents from Africa to the world, where he has embraced the media who took a liking to his music and were captivated by his life story.
What’s the relationship between you and Juice wrld?
For me, I’ll say Juice wrld is an amazing mentor to me. Juice wrld motivates me to do better. Everything you see me do for is down to his motivation that makes me do my best.
Can you tell us how you found kodded wrld
I found his freestyle interesting online, I was so interested in his talent and then contact him about having a music deal on my record label and that’s how it’s started, we are working on a music project together
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