An Afro beats star, Ugoh Onyeocha – known on stage as Don Coleone – has called on the young and upcoming musicians in Nigeria to remain consistent for them to reach the top in the industry.
He said, by so doing, they will also help to move the music industry forward and help to grow the Nigerian economy.
Don Coleone said: “Whatever you are doing, just remain consistent and never quit because winners don’t quit and quitters don’t win. Consistency and a positive mindset is key.”
Don Coleone, who is an accountant by profession and the founder of Don Coleone Cribx Records, expressed his passion for entertainment, maintaining that he’s determined to achieve his dream.
“I have an unquenchable passion for entertainment not only music and I intend to achieve that dream”.
When ask what he intend to achieve as a musician, Don Coleone said that: “I want to build a brand for myself that I cannot easily build as an accountant or in my line of business as a real estate investor.
“I love the showbizness and want to make a remarkable footprint in the industry and the broader aspect of entertainment, the movies.”
The Afro beats star was born in Imo state in April 8th 1975 and a student of Inyishi Community Primary School Ikeduru LGA, and Amaimo High School, before proceeding to study accounting and Finance at the Middlesex University UK, Dubai.
His first foray into the music industry was in 2012 when he produced “Alabai Ogbanje” and “Sym19 Today na Today”, released in 2013 with visuals shot in South Africa.
He is inspired by artiste such as P Diddy, Birdman and Marlon Brando.
Based in the United Arab Emirates, Don Coleone has been featured in some popular songs.
He also recently released some few Afro beat singles, some of them are “Runaway” and “Pepper Everywhere” which are enjoying playing time already.