Nigerian Female Rapper Considers Quitting Music

Nigerian rapper Eva Alordiah has considered quitting music for good.

Speaking with Punch, Eva says it's not worth it sometimes but she keeps pushing herself nonetheless.

" I have been busy lately with a lot on my plate. But my fans should keep their fingers crossed because I will be coming out with something to blow their minds soon. Right now, I just need to sort some things out personally and get some things off my head.
I would be lying if I say I don’t think of quitting music; I actually do that often. Sometimes, I just wake up feeling it’s all not worth it but I also push myself forward and continue to evolve.
I will credit my stay in the industry to God because He is the one that gives me the strength to carry on. At times when it seems things are not working right, I just smile and move on because I know God is in control. I am also spurred on by the fact that there is still so much I want to achieve and I’m not a quitter.

Eva out in the US

I am surrounded by great people who always encourage and motivate me to be the best version of myself. The most important thing is that I am happy doing what I truly love and I don’t take that for granted because not everybody gets that chance."
Eva released her debut album titled “1960" in 2016 for which she held a close-knit album listening for a select group of true fans in Lagos.
The album features music acts such as Yemi Alade, Sarkodie, Sir Dauda, Phyno and Reminisce.
The gifted rapper is also into make-up art.