The Nigerian musician Joeboy disclosed that during his time in college, he had a brief job at a sachet water factory.

According to Alabareports, he mentioned that this took place during the Academic Staff Union of Universities’ (ASUU) three-month strike.

2017 saw Joeboy rise to fame as a prominent personality in the Afro-pop and R&B genres when Mr. Eazi from the record label emPawa Africa became intrigued by his skill.

Joeboy, who is from Lagos State, has had a significant influence on the music business ever since he was discovered.

Joeboy discussed on the most recent episode of the Afrobeats Intelligence Podcast how his time in the factory strengthened his will to become a successful musician.

“I studied Personnel Management and Human Resources,” Joeboy declared. There was a strike for about three months while I was in college. I therefore made the decision to acquire a job, and I spent around three months looking for one throughout Lagos. Not a single job was offered to me.

“I even had a job as a marketing in a pure water firm once. I was like, “I am looking so hard for a job, and I cannot find any,” at that point. Will I end up like this after I graduate from school? That made it a trigger as well. “You really have to make sure you make it,” I told myself.

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