Ayke Ezeani
by on September 5, 2019

Ayke: You are welcome to RadioVybe

Farmhaus: Thank you


Ayke: How did your musical career begin?

Farmhaus: My music carrier began when I was still in high school in grade 9 at the age of 15 in the Eastern cape where I used to do boarding school, I remember I'd practice singing almost every day when I was there just so I can get the opportunities I'm getting right now in music and it was very much worth it.


Ayke: What informed your stage logo and name?

Farmhaus: My stage name Tbo came from my real name which is Teboho... I didn't want my stage name to be too different from who I am that's why I just decided to use those three letters because it's not too far from my name.


Ayke: How did you get musical contacts?

Farmhaus: Social media played a big part to why I have a lot of music contacts/friends. Artist would watch videos of me singing on Instagram and would want to link up and work, if they were good enough I'd listen to their music and we'd build a friendship and then we'd work on music.


Ayke: Who was the first outstanding client you'd link to?

Farmhaus:  The first proper artist I worked with was Rouge, my friend was working with her for her album launch party and he played her my song which is called Sauca, and when she heard it she immediately wanted me to perform at her album launch party and then a few months later we did a sauca remix together which was amazing.


Ayke: Maintaining a successful career takes a lot of work and commitment, how much time do you dedicate towards making sure your career got to this level?

Farmhaus: I started practicing how to sing and making music at a young age, since I was in grade 9. I think that's what helped me to get where I am today in music because writing a song or a hook isn't as hard for me as it is for other artists.


Ayke: How hard was it for you to gain stability and start excelling in this career?

Farmhaus: Very hard because you have to kinda be out there and force people who don't know you or even want to know you to listen to your music and that's the hardest part.. I also wouldn't say I've excelled in this music thing yet but what I do know is that there's a lot more progress now than before and we can only move forward from now.


Ayke: Have you thought of releasing a solo album?

Farmhaus: Yes I have but I'm not sure when it will drop yet.. Right now I'm just working on my ep's and mixtapes which is dropping sometime at the end of October.

Ayke: If you were to do a solo album project, who is that musical producer you will allow handling your album?

Farmhaus: I'd say producers like Anatii or Kanye west because they don't just produce but they also make music as well.


Ayke: What genre of music can you say you excel in?

Farmhaus: I'd say rnb/pop trapsoul and afro pop but I hardly do afro pop.


Ayke: In your career path, have you ever had to relocate in order to gain more exposure, if so from where to where?

Farmhaus: Yes I have, I had to move from the Eastern Cape to Johannesburg because there's a lot more opportunities here in Johannesburg than anywhere else in Southern Africa.


Ayke: What do you like to do for fun outside of working on music?

Farmhaus: Nothing much, I love watching football playing FIFA, smoking hubby and I love ice skating.


Ayke: Finally, Secrets! secrets! (laughs) your fans said I should ask you if there is a romance going on in your life right now?

Farmhaus: Right now not really because I’m mostly focused on my music, myself and securing the bag but there is someone in mind who is just a friend.


Ayke: Is there any latest sound from you and on which platforms can your fans find it?

Farmhaus: Yes I just dropped a rnb/pop song called she can get it and you can get it on all digital platforms (Spotify, iTunes Google play etc..)

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