It has been two years since fast-rising singer and songwriter, Dauda Suleiman, otherwise known as Hi-speed lost his music partner to the cold hands of death, but his music career has continued to thrive.
The singer admitted that the death of his former partner, Abdulrazak Idris left him shattered for months as he could not bring himself to terms with his demise, adding that it was a difficult time for him and music career.
But two years have since passed and Suleiman appears to have shed the toga of bereavement with his decision to put his music back on track.
Speaking with R about his plans about moving forward, the singer who confirmed that new songs and videos have been lined up for release anytime from now maintained that the best he could do for his late friend was to honour his memory and keep the momentum going despite the challenges he has had to contend with.
According to him, Idris’ death left a vacuum that could not be filled by anyone, but the music business must continue as his passion for making his fans happy and entertained has continued to get better each day.
The Kogi State-born artiste who is based in Abuja disclosed that he could not wait to show music lovers across the world the work he has done in the last two years.