Singer Feli Nuna has revealed when writing lyrics, nasty or words considered as unpleasant, are ones that come easily to her.
“I can write a very funny spoilt song in like, in two minutes,” she said on the Cosmopolitan Mix on Joy FM, Monday.
The artiste stated she, however, keeps all such words in her mind, “I cannot bring it out”.
Feli Nuna explained, it was because she wants to be noted for releasing impactful songs.
She told Sammy Forson, host of the show, she wants to write songs that make people happy, think and inspire them.
She explained such good songs take a lot of work and carefulness. “It can take about a day, a week or sometimes a month or more to write a proper song.”
The ‘Love Me Now’ singer said she does not believe in just going to the studio and do anything but putting in the work and writing a good song.
Feli Nuna stated she picks her inspiration to write lyrics from her environments.
“My life, other people’s lives, social media, everything thing I see come to play when I write.”
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