Young music act, Charles Chibueze Chukwu, better known as Crayon, has recounted his journey to stardom and some of the challenges he faced.
The super talented singer revealed that signing a deal with Mavin Records enabled him to uplift his family as he was able to stop his mum from selling from fruits in Iyana Oba, Lagos.
Crayon, who is the first child of his family, also revealed that his mother was very supportive and even gave him money for studio sessions.
Speaking in an interview with Vanguard, he said it was not always his dream to go into music, but his father somewhat sparked the interest.
According to Crayon, his dad used to sell records and MC events he would often take some of the CDs, listen to them and try to mimic artistes.
He said that when he reached 12 to 13 years of age, he wanted to be venture into music, so he joined the choir in church, but due to stage fright he quit.
Watch him speak below: