Ayra Starr

Ayra Starr Reflects on Early Stardom and Musical Evolution

Afrobeats sensation Oyinkansola Sarah Aderibigbe, better known as Ayra Starr, recently shared her experiences of rising to fame at a young age and how her music has evolved since then.

Since her breakthrough with the self-titled debut EP and her first full-length project “19 & Dangerous” in 2021, Ayra Starr has been in the public eye, navigating the challenges and triumphs of stardom.

During an appearance on Visa’s ‘Music Talks,’ Ayra Starr reflected on her journey. “My first single blew up in Africa and I was overwhelmed. I got to grow up in front of everyone. We need to allow artists to grow and find themselves. So I don’t even know if this is my final form yet, but I don’t think there’s any such thing as a final form. I think there’s eras and times, and you just become better. This is the vibe now with Ayra Starr; it might not be the same next year. It might be better, it might be bigger.”

Ayra Starr also spoke about her global appeal, noting the diverse fanbase she has cultivated. “Different people from different parts of the world love my music. My voice is kind of my sound. I bring the Afrobeats to every genre I enter.”

She shared an anecdote about her first encounter with renowned producer Don Jazzy, which led to her signing with Mavin Records. “I recorded five songs the first day I met Don Jazzy. Three of those ended up in my first EP,” she revealed.

Ayra Starr’s reflections highlight her dynamic career and the continuous evolution of her music, marking her as a versatile artist with a promising future in the global music scene.

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