“I Want Afrobeats To Be The Biggest Genre In The World” Ayra Starr Speaks On Her Desire To Be One Of The Leading Afrobeats Artists

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Grammy-nominated Nigerian singer Ayra Starr has revealed her ambitious desire to become one of the leading figures in the growing global Afrobeats scene.

At just 21 years old, Ayra Starr has already made waves with her unique sound and undeniable star power, capturing the hearts of many.

She expressed her aspiration to not only leave a lasting impact on the Afrobeats genre but also pave the way for future artists to follow.

Ayra Starr added that she wishes for the genre to become the biggest in the world.

In a recent interview with Cosmopolitan UK, she said: “My hope for Afrobeats is for it to be the biggest genre in the world. Because it deserves to be.

“Other genres of music are great, but there’s nothing like Afrobeat. Even the sad music makes you feel good. So, I want Afrobeats to be the biggest genre in the world and I would love to be one of the leading artists.”

In another story, Ayra Starr speaks about her relationship with Chris Brown and her upcoming tour with the US singer.

In an electrifying chat with Kiss FM, UK, Ayra Starr revealed details about Chris Brown’s exclusive invitation for her to join him on his highly anticipated music tour.

The ‘Rush’ hitmaker, poised to dazzle audiences as a special guest on Chris Brown’s epic “11:11” tour across the United States and Canada, said she couldn’t contain her excitement when she received the thrilling news during Grammy week.

Ayra Starr didn’t miss a beat as she took the chance to shower praise on Chris Brown, emphatically stating that he has been a staunch supporter of African artists.

The Mavin star said, “I first heard about it [my tour with Chris Brown] during the Grammy week. I was super excited. No, I didn’t cry. I would probably cry during my first performance at the tour when I see everybody [laughs].

“Chris Brown has been a fan of African music for a long time. He has been very supportive. He has always been supporting the culture and it is really beautiful to see.

It is exciting to see African music get recognised globally. It has been a long time coming. African music has been popping. African music has been doing it in Africa. Actually, Afrobeats has always been the best genre in the world.”

 

 

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