Nah Wleetu, a native of Sinoe County, is on the rise because of his ability to captivate an audience in the twinkling of an eye. His amazing lyrical ability is evident on two of his best singles out right now, “Raise this Lonestar” and “So Many Reasons.”
For those who may not know him well, Nah is more than an upcoming artist whose vocal and lyrical ability is demonstrated in his songs, which gives them the unique ability to fit in everyone’s playlist.
In addition, the University of Liberia graduate can sing in multiples genres, something that sets him apart from other upcoming artists.
In this interview with LIB Life, we talked about how he got started in music, and much more…
LIB Life: Hello, Nah. How are you doing? It is great having you. Can we know you better?
Nah: I’m doing great. Thank God for life. I am a Liberian, with Kru and Grebo ancestry, and was trained by the Catholics through primary and secondary school. My formative years were advantageously rough and strict, and it inspired me to be creative.
LIB Life: What exactly inspired you to start doing music?
Nah: Singing and songwriting had always been outlets for me to vent out my challenges. God is my inspiration. Even though I can do secular music, my attention right now is to do gospel music. I decided to switch to inspirational music because I want to use my creativity to induce attitudinal change in as many people as I can inspire through my music.
Lastly, there was a very long pause in my attempt at music until I decided to go inspirational through my own sponsorship.
LIB Life: What has been the biggest highlight of your career?
Nah: My highlight is like the horizon and will forever recede. I don’t think I can achieve a highlight because I feel there is always another step, an insatiable quest.
LIB Life: How has your life changed since you began your musical journey?
Nah: The change is spiritual and inexplicable but I expect a career boost once I meet the necessary partners to monetize my products. I think success comes with hard work, creativity and God’s grace.
LIB Life: For the young generation inspired by your successes, what advice would you offer to those pursuing a career in the industry?
Nah: Of all the advice that I can proffer to the younger ones, I would like to encourage them to pursue sound education. It is one’s ability to write that would enhance their lyrical quality. Self-discipline cannot be overemphasized as well.