An upcoming music
star and visual artist, Tonye Playenieka Appolos, stage name, “Triple Rhymes” will soon hit the musical industry with his 12-tracks debut album titled ‘I chebe’, which will feature three African based International artists.
Appolos, who disclosed this to The Tide entertainment, during a chart in Port Harcourt, said he had earlier released three singles titled police, Ichebe and ‘Bowatemburutem’
The young artist further disclosed that he is also currently working on four songs in the studio which include living life, Brain-wash-brain, Fake identity and Dance Ngelawi.
The Ibaka-born artist in Okrika local government area of Rivers State explained that he was inspired into the industry by notable musicians like Fela Anikulapo Kuti, Ruth Mantis and Buju Banton.
According to him, he was inspired into being an artist by a man called two-77, who is a visual artist, and that today, he is proud to be a performing musician and visual artist in Nigeria, as part of his hubby.
He hinted that his aim had been to become a star and have a good recording deal with a good studio manger that would further spur him in his career.
On his challenges, Appolos noted that finance had been his major problems as all hopes on family and friends to sponsor him failed but was encouraged during a service at Salvation Ministries where Pastor David Ibiyeomie preached that no man should hope on fellow human beings for assistance but only on God.
Triple Rhymes hed featured in so many outings including the recent world music day celebration organized by PPAN.Rivers State Chapter led by Robin Majo and had also won an award by Bayelsa State (BY) Nollywood concert due to his stage performance and creativity.