Spyro Shares Painful Experience of His Humble Beginning, Reveals How He Knelt in Public To Beg Popular Influencer To Promote His Song

  • Nigerian singer Spyro shares his struggles in securing influencer support for his popular song “Who’s Your Guy.”
  • Spyro, despite seeking assistance from various influencers, faced repeated rejections in promoting his song.
  • Spyro recounts a public incident where he publicly pleaded for support from an influencer, but was unsuccessful.
  • Spyro credits comedian Craze Clown for the viral success of his song, citing his extensive promotion on social media for free.

Popular Nigerian singer and songwriter Spyro, the mastermind behind the hit song “Who’s Your Guy,” has spoken out about the difficulties he faced in obtaining influencer support to promote his song.

Spyro, actual name Oludipe Oluwasanmi David, described how he sought many famous persons in the business for help with promoting his music, only to be rejected again.

The artist specifically mentioned an occasion in which he went to considerable measures, including kneeling in public, to implore an influencer to help promote his music, but his appeal remained unheard.

The revelation came as Spyro was discussing the unexpected turn of events that saw popular comedian and content creator Craze Clown play an important role in the viral success of “Who’s Your Guy.”

According to Spyro, Craze Clown enjoyed the music and promoted it on all of his social media platforms, including TikTok videos.

In his words;

“While I was performing I saw Craze Clown vibing to my song, after performing I met with him and we exchanged contact, so we decided to meet up I went to his house for one reason or the other, he kept listening to the song continuously. Before you know it he started creating TikTok videos back to back with the sound.”

“He was aggressive with posting to the point that he was making videos more than me and at some point people thought it was Craze Clown’s song, he didn’t charge a dime to promote my song. I’ll go to his house he will still serve me food.

“All the influencers I constituted a nuisance to, for them to help me, but the help didn’t come from there, I literally knelt for an influencer in front of foodies one day, and I’ll never forget and he still didn’t help me.” [sic]

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