Adegoke Afeez, popularly known as Raymond Fix, has revealed why he finally made an important comeback to the music scene with the audio and video release of ‘Romeo,’ his new single.
The versatile singer, songwriter and dancer, who had taken about two years’ tactical break from active music, said this is the right time for his comeback.
Raymond Fix, who is currently managed by Square Image Associates, hinted that he had been busy working in studio with different producers and making sure he has the right crew members. “And right now I have a bank of good music for the delight of my fans and music buffs. I’m here for real, and no going back.”
He added that “Romeo is just a teaser. There are more hit songs in the kitty, and I promise not to disappoint.”
Raymond Fix, who started music at the tender age of 12, grew up listening to the likes of Usher, R. Kelly, Craig David, 2face Idibia, Nas and Fat Joe. After a few self-taught lessons in various studios, he began to explore the depths of his music while in secondary school as a member of the now defunct Desert Homies music group.