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Pyno was Regard­ed a Stranger to the Pub­lic, this is How He Looks Like Before fame

Phyno is a Niger­ian born rap­per known for his dynam­ic kind of rap in Igbo lan­guage now copied by many. Right before his shine, Phyno had some great friends he looked up to and also learnt from. Friends such as TJ, Slow Dog, Mr raw and late Mc loph.

Some­one wrote some­thing quite unique and inspi­ra­tional about Phyno’s meta­mor­pho­sis from street to fame, read on…

I saw this pic­ture some­where and I decid­ed to share what I learnt from it with you.

The pic­ture you see below is self explana­to­ry.

Look­ing at the pic­ture, there are many life lessons in it.

There are three per­sons in the pic­ture as you can see below but only two names were men­tioned. The last per­son was referred to as “Friend”. This shows that the two were well known as of the time the pic­ture was tak­en and the unnamed guy was a stranger to the pub­lic. He was just oppor­tune to dine and be in the same pic­ture with celebri­ties.

Now, let’s ignore those celebri­ties and talk about the unknown guy that was cir­cled with a red ink. That guy is who we know today as Phyno. Phyno-fyno as he’s pop­u­lar­ly called. Today, Phyno is the real deal. I nor­mal­ly tell peo­ple that one day an unripe man­go will become a ripe man­go. All it needs is to stick to the branch and wait for its time. All Phyno need­ed was to learn before he earn.

He did­n’t focus his atten­tion in earn­ing before learn­ing. If he did, he would­n’t be the unique indige­nous suc­cess­ful rap­per he is today. He got stuck with the mas­ters and learned from them; Mc loph, Mr raw, slow­dog etc. He com­bined the knowl­edge he got from them and formed his brand. He did­n’t copy any of them because he under­stood the con­cept of unique­ness, and he was patient enough to wait for his time. Remem­ber, patience is a nice virtue.

Now, to you.

You are in com­pe­ti­tion with no one. Stop giv­ing your­self unnec­es­sary stress.
For­get about the cars, hous­es, shoes and clothes that peo­ple flaunt on social media. Most of them are fake. Con­cen­trate on being bet­ter than you were yes­ter­day. Con­sis­ten­cy is the key. Remem­ber, our times are dif­fer­ent. Once it’s your time, even your ene­mies will favour you, direct­ly or indi­rect­ly.

Tj and slow­dog’s time has gone, today it’s Phyno’s. His era will still come to an end and anoth­er per­son will take the bar­ton. The sun rules the day while the moon rules the night.

As peo­ple are thriv­ing in the Music Indus­try, some are thriv­ing in com­e­dy, movie indus­try and oth­er fields.

Dis­cov­er where you belong to and begin to thrive there. There’s no point cre­at­ing ene­mies for your­self, your step­ping stone can be any­body just like your stum­bling block can be any­body.

In all you do, remem­ber that some peo­ple will be bet­ter than you just like you are bet­ter than oth­ers. So, shove jeal­ousy.

Some will over­take you like you over­took oth­ers. Over­tak­ing is allowed. I’m sure you know that.

The way up is down and the way down is up.

Help peo­ple when you need to, not when you want to.

Before I wrap it up, bear this in mind.

In life, you learn, unlearn and relearn in order to be suc­cess­ful. The day you stop learn­ing, you’ll become out­dat­ed and start dying.

Keep learn­ing.

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