Philip Kayode Moses, AKA Pheelz: A Church Boy in the World of Secular Music

Philip Kayode Moses, AKA Pheelz: A Church Boy in the World of Secular Music

In a recent interview, Nigerian music producer and singer, Philip Kayode Moses, professionally known as Pheelz, delved into his personal beliefs and their profound connection to his music.

Despite crafting secular tunes, Pheelz maintains a strong identification as a “church boy.”

His upbringing in a devout household has left an indelible mark on both his life and musical career.

Even as he explores the realm of secular music, he remains rooted in his spiritual heritage, cherishing the invaluable lessons drawn from his religious background.

Pheelz firmly believes that his faith acts as a cornerstone, offering him stability and unwavering focus on his artistic aspirations.

He aspires for his music to serve as an inspiration for others, encouraging them to stay true to their beliefs and authentic selves.

From Church Choir to Secular Stardom: Pheelz’s Remarkable Journey

Pheelz’s musical odyssey traces its origins to his early years, singing and playing keyboards in his father’s church in Lagos, where his father serves as a pastor.

His transition from being a producer to a full-fledged artist was not a matter of “if” but “when.”

During an engaging conversation with MTV Base Africa, Pheelz shared intriguing insights.

He recounted how his track ‘Finesse’ unexpectedly surged in popularity on TikTok, underscoring the transformative influence of social media in the realm of music promotion.

Pheelz’s candid account of his creative voyage is nothing short of inspirational, emphasizing that success can emerge from the most unexpected sources.

In Pheelz’s own words, “That journey is long, bro.

I feel like sometime in my life, I would probably make a movie out of all these stories because it’s inspirational to me and I think it can be inspirational to a lot of other people.”

His musical expedition, from the days of Coded Tunez to heading YBNL, collaborating with artists such as Olamide, Fireboy, Adekunle Gold, and lil kesh, has been a testament to his unwavering dedication.

Pheelz remains deeply connected to his roots, still seeing himself as that same young kid in the church choir, passionately playing the keys while his father delivered sermons. I

t’s the enduring passion that has fueled his journey, making him the artist he is today.

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