Phillip Kayode Moses, popularly known as Pheelz, a Nigerian producer and singer-songwriter, has stated that he began producing music at the age of 12.
This was revealed in a recent interview with Hot 97 FM in New York, USA.
At the age of 12, the Finesse singer worked as an intern for famed producer ID Cabasa.
He said, “I got my first internship at 12. It was a huge record label called Coded Tunes in Nigeria and by one of the biggest legends in the music production industry. His name is ID Cabasa.
“That was who I interned under, then started learning the rocks. Before that I had thought myself how to play the keys, how to play the drums, a little bit of the flute and the piccolo and the saxophone, and the guitar and all that. But that internship really like launched me into the full music producer/songwriter vibe.”
Pheelz went on to say that he was a genius at school, particularly in Advanced Mathematics, but that music consumed all of his time.
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