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With a brand new single sensationally entitled, Kowaso, Chubby Noble, who simply wants to be known as Noble in the nation's saturated music industry is gradually building a name and career for himself.

The emerging rapper, whose audio single is currently rocking the airwaves, said he fell in love with hip hop at the age of 10, when he also started dancing professionally. The former member of the defunct Magnet group, further disclosed that he started experimenting with rap as well as writing lyrics professionally at 17, with the help of his family.

Already known for his versatility, lyrical prowess and unique style of rendition, Noble, who hails from Anambra State, but grew up in Lagos, hinted that they were all raised in his family with different talents. 'And from the look of things, I knew that music with bias for rap was my calling, divulged the act whose mum is a pastor.

Amazingly, the crooner who is very fluent in both Igbo and Yoruba languages glaringly conveys with his music, a new generation flavor and eclectic style of rap. 'As the son of a pastor, I grew up surrounded with constant singing and lots of musical instruments. All these further fueled my desire and drive to embrace music fully, and my joining the choir, was the icing on the cake. I must confess that bold decision aided the growth of my music career…'

With Kowaso, his new hit single fast becoming an anthem, Noble, who's equally putting finishing touches to his debut full album, is no doubt leaving a huge mark in the hip-hop/rap circle.