Laycon and Sammy Walsh in conversation about music, career and crush on OAP Kemi Smallz I The Dice
By Guardian Exclusive
13 February 2021 | 9:00 am
Laycon was the guest of Sammy Walsh in the latest installment of The Dice, a new live show brought to you by Boomplaymusicng and The Guardian. He spoke, amongst other things, on how upcoming artists cannot grow their music career based on their talents alone but with the help of their management team and the platform offered.
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