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Education is not about taking Bag to school everyday – Musician DXD.

Ghanaian Afro-Beat/ Afro-pop Singer,    Suleihu Dawuni Adams known in the music industry as DXD in an exclusive interview over the weekend with EL Vee on chit chat Palace revealed that “Going to school is a waste of time” and also stated that Going to school is not about taking Bag to school everyday.

The “Sugar “ Hit maker stated how he started his career as a musician and how he was able to join education and music together and later think education is not about taking bag to school everyday for that matter he has to use one year instead of three to get senior high school certificate and concentrate on the music.

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When asked how he started his music, he said ” I loved music as a kid but truly discovered my music potential at the age of thirteen during my during my JHS days., prior to discovering my talent I was widely influenced by Musics from my parent’s collection from the like of UB-40, Bob Marley Kojo Antwi and many more.”,

DXD formally known as SUPA SLAM, explained why he changed his name as a result of  experience and maturity in the music industry. He also talked about his biggest platforms mounted and how the feeling was steeping on those huge platforms.

Listen to the full  interview below :

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https://soundcloud.com/user-65378925/dxd-in-chit-chat-palace-with

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