An Exclusive Interview With Talented Artist Fasache

What does your name mean and where are you from?

My name stage name is Fasache & it stems from my real name Fasasi Oluwaseun. Which means Thanks to God almighty.I’m from lagos Nigeria.

What first got you into music?

I started music as a drummer and a trumpeter.

Who inspires you to make music?

My Mom inspires me to make music

What is your creative process like?

My creative process is simple. I close my eyes and enjoy the vibe. If I don’t feel a vibe i don’t roll with it!

The music industry can be very tough and competitive. Is music something you’re intending to endure & pursue long term if so what do you believe or know that will enable you to do so?

Yes. Music is my life and its something I’m willing to endure and pursue  regardless the competition. To do so I need the the right team and support!

Do you have a mentor & or angel investor or are you funding your & pursing your career solely?

I have a mentor, partner and I’m pursuing my career solely.


Your song “Biko” featuring Caribbean-American artist “Tuu Ra” tell me how that song came about and who was involved in the creative process?

Biko is an amazing song that came about one beautiful evening while I was in  Ghana. In the studio with Tone Legend Beats, (Composer/producer of Biko) , I was freestyling to an instrumental he was working on. Then the riddim and melody set in smoothly. It was so smooth we knew we had to record the song instantly. The concept is out of this modern theme where women some women find it challenging to understand when a man isn’t always able to give her all his time. Sometimes, the man needs to hustle for money which means he’s probably going to have a divided attention. He’s also working hard to make money to take care of her.Involved in the creative process of “BIKO”, besides myself we have Tone Legend Beats and Tuu Ra.

When you sit back and look at the final product for Biko is it what you expected or beyond that?

Honestly looking at where Biko is currently I can say it’s what I expected. I always knew it would turn out great.

You’ve just released your first music video for “Biko” who directed it , where was it filmed, & what was that creative process like?

Tuu Ra directed it & Pius assisted. It was filmed in Accra, Ghana (West Africa) and we brought beauty out of every little thing we touched. It was an amazing day and everyone was happy on set. We filmed by the pool side at a hotel and some scenes were filmed by the road side. Overall it was just amazing.

What can expect from you and your team moving forward?

Expect greatness. Very soon the world will hear our music!