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Tuesday, 12 April 2016

Exclusive interview with TJsarx

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Michael reporting for universàlkíngz...

UN: Hello for the sake of the public could you introduce yourself?

TJ: Hi, my name is Timi John popularly known as TJsarx.

UN: How did you come about the Sarx in TJsarx?

TJ: I play the saxophone and every one uses sax so I decided to make mine sarx.

UN: Which famous musicians do you admire? Why?

TJ: Timi dakolo, he sings my pattern
And wizkid, he's fresh. Like me.

UN: Which musicians have you learnt from?

TJ: Okay I'm a very versatile musician and I've learnt from almost all, no matter how little I pick something good from your work and make mine better.
I've learnt from Mali music, Travis Greene, Tasha Cobbs and many more in fact my next track titled "Be your self" is going to sound like a work done by Brymo.

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UN: Is your family musical?
Describe your family member's musical
interests and abilities?

TJ: My elder sister sings perfectly well... my younger brother plays the drum and sings, my mum sings my dad sings.

UN: What are your fondest musical memories? In your house? In your neighborhood or town?

TJ: House

UN: Have you been in competitions?
Any prizes?

TJ: Competitions, Yea, I was a winner at living faith teens got talent, 2015. I was also a winner at the new nation social quest.

UN: How do you handle mistakes during a performance?

TJ: I don't make it obvious and boost up my ginger.

UN: Do you get nervous before a performance or a competition?

TJ: No d stage is my home. No one gets nervous wen going home.

UN: What advice would you give to beginners who are nervous?

TJ: Try to make d stage your home and that's the key.
When u love wat u do and u know what you're capable of, you won't be nervous so try to be very good.

UN: How often and for how long do you practice?
What do you practice - exercises, new tunes,
hard tunes, etc.?

TJ: Every minute of my life, I practice. My exercises are much I can't say. I learn more on net.

UN: How do you balance your music with other obligations?

TJ: Very easy it's already a part of the obligations, So no need for balancing.

UN: OK which advice will you give to upcoming artistes?

TJ: Keep d hustle.. do good work fame will follow... Make less noise let success speak for you.

UN: Thanks for time, see you soon

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