The heavyweight rapper who played Makanaki in the hugely successful Nigerian film “King of Boys” was a fan favourite, and he’s not slowing down with his newly discovered art.
Speaking with famous media personality Ebuka Uchendu on Rubbin Minds, the rapper highlighted how difficult it was to pull off his character in “King of Boys” and its sequel, crediting director Kemi Adetiba for encouraging him when he felt like quitting.
Speaking further, Reminisce stated that he has started getting approached for movie roles.
However, he pays close attention to the film script, despite the fact that his fees can be quite costly.
I get approached a lot now for movies. But I make sure I bill appropriately, considering where I’m coming from as a musician. Beyond fees, I tend to also look at the script and see if it’s something I want to do,
The rapper also stated that his fans may expect to see him in another movie this year,
Apart from KOB, I did another that will be out this year. That one is centred around my person and name. I liked the script.