What advice did your dad give you when you were going fully into music?
He told me not to leave Jesus.
Have you been able to keep to his advice?
Yes, I have no choice other than to do that. Jesus is the author and finisher of our faith. I have a good relationship with Jesus.
Were you recording songs before you joined Mavin Records?
Yes. I recorded my first song in 2009 and I had been going to the studio constantly before I got signed to Mavin Records.
How exactly did you meet Don Jazzy?
Sometime in May 2013, Don Jazzy posted on Twitter that up-and-coming artistes should send in their demo CDs. My manager, who is actually my elder brother, was the one who saw the tweet and he brought it to my notice. To cut the long story short, out of 5,000 entries that were sent in, I was the only one that was chosen.
What was your first thought when you were signed by Don Jazzy?
I usually have delayed reaction, so I was quite blank initially. Later, I realised that I was the same Reekado Banks that people were talking about.