A rap artiste, Babalola Falemi, otherwise called Sauce Kid, has said that he wrote over 300 songs while in the US prison.
The artiste, who was signed by Davido to his DMW Record label, said his two years in jail was not a waste as he used it to develop his lyrics.
“Jail hasn’t been all that bad. Truth is, jail has actually been quite productive,” he said.
Opening up to notjustok.com about his experience in jail, the rapper stated that the experience had been quite a humbling one with him working in jail and being paid $16 per month.
He said he had focused on his craft as he wrote over 300 songs and had recorded about 17 of them.
Sinzu, as he is now called, noted that he could release about five songs if he wanted and that he was planning on working with FalztheBahdguy.
The rapper also stated that during his time away, he had been writing and his comeback single, First day out of the Summer will be released very soon.
“In my first year, I was locked up for 22 hours in a day, I wrote a lot of raps… I wrote like 180 songs in my first year and another 120 in my second year,” he said.
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