Quick rising Nigerian vocalist, Crayon has uncovered that he sat for the Joint Admission and Matriculation (JAMB) Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) multiple times before his huge break in the music business.
Crayon who related how he battled to acquire admission to a tertiary establishment prior to digging into music during a meeting on Channels Television’s Rubbin’ Minds on Sunday August 28, added that his bombed endeavors to get into a college was not his issue.
“It has been astounding and delightful to see since I have been working throughout the long term and presently, I am currently at last gaining the appreciation that I merit.
“In this way, it (acknowledgment) is delightful to see – among my fans, group, and everyone that knows me by and by.
“I began making music like 2016 authoritatively. I wasn’t in school then, at that point, yet attempting to get into the college. I composed JAMB multiple times.
“For the initial twice, I fizzled; the rest multiple times, I passed. I continued onward to the school to lay grumblings and inquire: ‘What’s happening?’ It (acquiring affirmation) wasn’t simply occurring for me,” he noted during the show. “I feel like it was God’s approach to diverting me.”