Staqk G Reintroduces Himself With 'Way' & 'Massacre'
The Nigerian music industry is one to be very proud of as it places Nigeria as a force to be
reckoned with globally. Nigerian music has put Nigeria in a positive light in the sense that
foreigners are fast appreciating its genius sounds. In this industry, we have many talented
rising alternate artists such as Jude Brown Tamunoibim, who goes by STAQK G.
He hails from Rivers State, Nigeria. He was born and bred in Ibadan and at a tender age of
16, he knew he was passionate about developing his career as a Hip-Hop/Afrobeats artist.
In a bid to pursue his dream, he moved to Lagos and he displayed his exceptional lyrical skill
in the 2017 HENNESSEY CYPHER, where he features alongside Falz, Dremo, Ladipoe and
Yoye. As an independent artist, STAQK G has officially been pushing his art since 2018 with his
first digitally distributed single 'Ashimalowo' which has led to his latest single 'Way'.
Staqk G trended all over the country when he let love lead his art by rapping for deaf
children on valentine’s day. The video of his kind act surfaced online and so many people
praised him for doing the nice thing he did.
Music according to him is his place of peace, he deftly uses his music to communicate his thought
process and emotions. This is why he believes that even the deaf should not be left out in
experiencing music, which is why he went ahead to perform for them.
He also believes it is a medium used to preserve history and went ahead to release a single
titled ‘MASSACRE’ depicting the struggles the Nigerian youth faced in the 2020 #Endsars
protest against police brutality in Nigeria. On MASSACRE, he talks about the continuous oppression and disregard of the Nigerian youths.
His song WAY which is currently doing numbers in social media spaces is from his
upcoming EP ROMANS 8:18. The EP is an infusion of rap with Afrobeat elements and trap
ones. The sound will largely be influenced by drill music too about expedient and hope for a
Staqk G is largely influenced by 2pac, 50 Cent, Biggie, Kanye West, J-Cole and Jay- Z and
Vector. The rising star is ready to take on the Nigerian music industry by storm.