As Bonsue fuji star releases a new album, he has been speaking about the need for an artiste to get marriage right.
According to him, failure to achieve this will render everything about the person useless.
Saying his newly released album “Koloba Koloba” gives an insight into his personal experience, he said the work had got to do with the plight of every male musician seeking the hand of a lady in marriage.
In an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria, he noted that he was inspired to sing “Koloba Koloba” when he saw a young man in the streets of Lekki seeking to marry a lady publicly but was turned back by the prospective father-in-law.
According to him, this related to his personal experience 21 years ago when he wanted to get married and he experienced similar serious obstacles which were later surmounted.
He, however, stressed that he was grateful through life’s challenges and attributed his success in life to God and his home.
Ayuba urged every Nigerian up-and-coming musician to aspire to build a formidable marital life first before pursuing their music career.
“The song is intended to change the wrong impression of most parents who believe that male musicians are irresponsible, drunkards, flirts and so do not want their daughters to marry them.
“This is not absolutely true and by the grace of God my marriage is 21 years now; I have a beautiful and happy home.
“The help of God and my marriage have made me what I am today,” he said.
The superstar advised intending musicians to focus more on building a beautiful and successful marital life, after which all other things could fall in place as they enjoy a beautiful career.
“As a musician, once marriage is not gotten right, every other things fail,” he said.
The fuji musician urged his fans to visit various online platforms to listen to the music as it promises to be entertaining and inspiring.
He said that the video would be released soon.
NAN reports that Ayuba released “Koloba Koloba” on Sept. 3, 2021 online and is currently trending on all music platforms.