Savage Xtra

Deeds Magazine: Can you tell us about your upcoming album and what inspired its creation?

‍Savage Xtra: Well, my upcoming album, YBD Young Blessed and Dangerous, is my second studio album and serves as a follow-up to my debut, 'The Roadman Business.' The title reflects my journey from obscurity to prominence, symbolizing my resilience and determination in the face of challenges. It's a testament to my calling in the music industry and asserts my identity as a force to be reckoned with. This project is deeply personal, reflecting my experiences and growth as an artist.

‍Deeds Magazine: How would you describe your musical journey so far leading up to this point in your career?

‍Savage Xtra: My musical journey has been characterized by perseverance and self-reliance. As an independent artist, I've faced numerous obstacles, but I've remained steadfast in my pursuit of success. Every step of the way has been a learning experience, and I'm proud of how far I've come.

Deeds Magazine: What would you say sets your music apart?

‍Savage Xtra: My music is a reflection of my roots and experiences. Hailing from Oyinbo in Rivers state, I draw inspiration from my community and tell authentic stories through my music. Additionally, as a record label executive, I'm committed to uplifting fellow artists from underserved areas, making my movement more than just about music.

‍Deeds Magazine: Can we expect any, is there any artist or any name drops you can give in regards to the people that are going to be coming on stage alongside you?

‍Savage Xtra: I'll be joined on stage by talented artists such as Dandizi, AgΓΌero Banks, and Roseric. These individuals share my passion for music and represent the diversity of talent in Nigeria.

‍Deeds Magazine: What do you hope listeners take away from your music, especially your upcoming album?

‍Savage Xtra: I hope my music provides listeners with entertainment and inspiration. Through my songs, I aim to uplift spirits and spark meaningful conversations. With tracks like 'Blessers' and 'Paving,' I'm confident that my upcoming album will resonate with audiences and exceed expectations.

‍Deeds Magazine: "How do you balance your personal life with the demands of your music career?

Savage Xtra: I prioritize family and self-care while pursuing my music career. By establishing boundaries and delegating tasks, I ensure that my personal life remains intact. Music is a passion of mine, but it's essential to maintain a healthy balance.

‍Deeds Magazine: What are your thoughts on the role of African music in the global music scene?

‍Savage Xtra: African music, particularly Afrobeats, has made significant strides on the global stage. It serves as a platform for cultural expression and has garnered international acclaim. As artists, we must continue to innovate and showcase the richness of African music to the world.

‍Deeds Magazine: What advice would you give to aspiring artists looking to follow in your footsteps?

‍Savage Xtra: Consistency and faith are key to success in the music industry. Stay true to yourself, work hard, and trust in your abilities. Surround yourself with a supportive team and never lose sight of your goals.

‍Deeds Magazine: What are your plans and goals for the future of your music career?

‍Savage Xtra: I plan to continue making music and evolving as an artist. While I can't predict the future, I'm committed to growth and exploration. My goal is to leave a lasting impact on the music industry and inspire others to pursue their dreams.


Through this interview, we gain insight into the journey and aspirations of Savage Xtra in the Nigerian music scene. With his upcoming album and OY to the World Carnival, Savage Xtra is poised to make a significant impact, both locally and globally. As he continues to navigate the complexities of the industry, his dedication to authenticity and perseverance serves as an inspiration to aspiring artists everywhere.