Singer cum Disk Jockey, Uchechukwu Walter Olebara aka Blaze McBede has revealed that beyond music he has already started making great impacts in the world.
The singer who is also the Vice President of Imo State Chapter of Professional Disk Jockey Association of Nigeria [PRODJAN] while speaking with us, said that as an artiste, he has already gone a little step higher after his debut single ‘titled Juliana’.
Speaking further, McBede said that aside the music he has a wonderful crew who have been with him to ensure that nothing less than the acceptable standards is given out to the public.
“We are a family that knows what they want and we have never made any move that will compromise these principles.
As an artiste, my first single got commendations within and outside Nigeria; it was a huge experience for me and being one of the leaders of DJs in the state has also been a wonderful thing for me” He said.
With a crew of Olebara Chukwuemeka C aka Virus, CEO and artiste general manager); Olebara Stellamaris foreign P.R.O and international events planner; Olebara Chiwuike J aka Unkul, costume manager; Olebara Chisomaga B aka Rope, backup singer; Nlemibe Moses U aka Freelance, Producer, Prince Guitarist and Anozie Obumneme aka Kizzy Blazer, BMB trained and personal Disc Jockey, McBede said they will be consolidating on their talents to make it big like the Okoye family which has PSquare and their brother Jude Okoye as their manager. He is sure their humble beginning will storm the world soon.
McBede who is also involved in humanitarian projects said his latest is ‘A little Push’ project which is aimed at providing support for people who cannot reach a goal they have already set out for.
“A little push “ will provide support in areas like completing final year school fee for secondary school students , paying part or the whole JAMB or WAEC/NECO fees, help set up a small trade, e.g. Call centers etc”
On the side of music, McBede also revealed that he will be releasing a fresh single titled ‘Follow Me’, come 10th of October, 2014.