Ozonna, the son of Anambra State governor, Charles Soludo, has disclosed he engaged in “odd jobs” to raise money for his music venture.
The singer said he has been taking breaks from social media recently to work extra hours so he could invest properly in his music.
Ozonna revealed this in a Facebook post on Tuesday.
He wrote: “I know I’ve been taking a lot of breaks from socials lately, because I’ve been working like crazy, taking on extra hours, even taking on some odd jobs so I can properly invest in my music. It may be a slower process but trust & believe it’s going to get done.”
Ozonna is a New York-based artiste. He graduated from the Institute of Contemporary Music in London.
He started gaining attention in 2013 after he dropped his debut single titled “Me and You on Top.”
Ozonna released his debut Extended Play (EP) in 2015.