Nigeria: Pop Singer, Kayset, Set to Release New Song

11 November 2021

Sensational and talented Nigerian singer and songwriter, Emmanuel Patrick, known as KAYSET, is set to release a new song.

The artiste made his first major move in 2019 when he released "JEJE", then "NWANNE" Featuring Yovi in 2021.

The singer, Kayset, who holds a bachelor's degree in Botany from the University of Calabar, is putting finishing touches to his much-touted song titled 'Dorime' which will be released on November 19th, 2021, serving as the last single release before the EP.

Born into a Christian family in Delta State, Kayset started making music when he was 13.

He was an active chorister and major Drumset player. while at secondary school, he started rapping.

Kayset has experimented with different sounds and genres over the years including; AfroBeats, Pop, Reggae / Dancehall, R&B, and Hip pop.

He draws major inspirations from Chris Brown, Fela Kuti, King Sunny Ade, Bob Marley, Wande Coal and Wizkid.

Speaking ahead of the launch of his new track, the artiste said, "Music is just a part of me. Without music, I can't express myself; I see music as a way of expressing myself and anytime I'm doing it it always gives me joy."

He has performed at different events across Nigeria and the United Arab Emirates, at different times; sharing the stages with the biggest artistes out of Africa including; Olamide, Burna Boy, D'Banj, Zlatan, Naira Marley, and others.

In 2020, Kayset was nominated and won awards such as Top Naija Music Awards - Best Afro Pop Single - Nomination, Maxivibes Global Awards - Best Indigenous Song - Winner.

Kayset said he looks forward to working with Tiwa Savage, Wizkid, Nasty C, Zlatan, and Davido.

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