The alternative singer gave some insights into the creative process that went into creating her album and more. Lindsey Abudei talks with Pulse TV about her album, “And the Bass is Queen”.
On reception of her album, the soul and alternative singer says she didn’t believe the numbers in terms of music lovers who have patronized her music will be higher than what it is now.
Asked if her music is being stereotyped by the public, Lindsey replies
‘’I’m not the stereotype kind of person, I have never wanted to do music for Nigeria alone, I have always wanted to do music that if it goes out, somebody else can listen to and it’d meet the standard”.
She talks about the creative process involved in making the album, the need for artistes to be consistent with their genre, and more.
Get to know Lindsey Abudei in this interview: