Ahmad Umar Barmo, known as Amadhu, is a fast-rising Nigerian music sensation currently living in India.
In this short interview, he talks to us about his new release.
LIB: You recently released a music video. We learnt it was shot in India. What was it like? Tell us about the music and India.
Amadhu: Yeah. Call me. It was shot in India…
Huh ! Well, it was my first time. It was fun and it was tiring at the same time.
The music is going absolutely well, and a lot of goodies are in stock, only waiting to be unleashed.
LIB: You are currently in India. What is happening there? Any new projects? And what is your take on the current situation of the world?
Amadhu: Nothing but peace, I can say…
Yeah, I have a project coming up titled Hausa boy with the Yoruba looks, in short (HBWTYL). “Call me” is a single off the project.
A lot is going on around the globe. Some places are experiencing bad days while some are in good shape. I hope and pray those places regain their former state of mind and even more.
LIB: Are there new releases in the coming months, as you have been busy shooting new music videos? :
Amadhu: Can’t disclose much , but yeah. A single is coming up in a month’s time , and yes it’s hot.
LIB: What do you hope to achieve with your music? Who is your target audience?
Amadhu: They are much. I hope to achieve much but to shorten it , I’d call it “Greatness”. I hope to achieve greatness.
The world is my target audience. I think the whole world deserves a sound like mine , so I can’t limit it to a particular audience but rather the whole world.
LIB: Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?
Amadhu: I’ll be in the rightful place I deserve to be. I guess we all will know within that time frame.
LIB: Would you be collaborating with Indian musicians?
Amadhu: Definitely ! One is even there on the project (Ep)
LIB: When do you release an album?
Amadhu: Next year hopefully.