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BN Saturday Celebrity Interview: Meet Nigeria’s Hottest Eye Candy on the Music Scene -This Is Lynxxx!



Lynxxx is more than just an artiste; he is a brand that breathes class, talent and confidence.

He made his debut into the Nigerian Music Industry in 2009 with his single, ‘Change Your Parade’. After making big waves with that song, he went on to dish out more hit singles in 2010 culminating in the release of his album later in the year. Within just a short period in the industry, he has captured the attention of many and is one of the most talked about Nigerian artistes in recent times.

He has proved his versatility in music time and time again with his ability to dabble into different genres and experiment with different sounds. His debut album, ‘This Is Lynxxx’ is a blend of Hip Hop, R&B, Funky house, Afro Beat and has been well received locally and internationally.

Lynxxx is the co-owner of Syndik8 Records, which has other artistes like Ikon, Black Magic, Mr. Fox and Blink signed on. In this exclusive interview with Adeola Adeyemo, Lynxxx opens up about his past, his career and the man behind the music.

One of the most interesting things about Lynxxx is the polished and international appeal of his music. With the hype surrounding his entry into the music scene, I was keen about finding out more about his personality and I wasn’t disappointed. He was every bit a gentleman.

So tell me Lynxxx, it’s the fifth month of the year. How has 2012 been for you so far?
2012 has been an amazing year because it’s a year that I spent most of 2011 planning for. I started off the year with a release of my video ‘Ice Cream Factory’ and followed it up with ‘Follow Me’, making sure that I gave people a different side of the album. Right now I just put out a new single called ‘Fine Lady’ featuring Wizkid and that is my first official single for my new album called ‘Jollof Music’ which should be out in 2013.

Jollof, Utunu, Alabukun….you brand your music with some really interesting names. Where do you come up with them?
I guess it’s just the kind of person I am. I don’t take things too seriously, especially with music. Music is my career but it doesn’t mean that I shouldn’t express myself or just be myself. I’m somebody that jokes a lot.

What really is the meaning of Utunu? Where can someone find the meaning of these words you use often?
I’m working on releasing an application called the ‘Lynxxxtionary’. It’s a mobile application where you can download my music; it has my pictures, my biography and just stuff about me. And then it has the Lynxxxtionary which is a dictionary for these words that I use.

Before The Music
A Lynxxxtionary? That should be interesting. I’d really like to know more about you, what were you involved in before you made your debut into the Nigerian Music Industry?
I was into different things. I have a clothing line called Syndik8 Denim, I also have a recording studio called the Syndik8 Red Room that I own with my partner Icon. I have a media company called HTM that specializes in branding and advertising. And I also direct videos. I co-directed all my videos apart from ‘Change Your Parade’. I’m also a graphic and web designer.

Do you still do all these?
Yes. The thing is I always find time to do my graphic and web designing work because it’s something that makes me happy. I designed my website, a beauty website, a website for the Coral Apartments at 1004, I’ve done tons of websites I can’t even remember. I designed the former Chrome Mohits Logo, the Serious Music Logo and the WFA logo for Ikechuckwu. I am a creative person so whenever it comes to doing something creative, it gives me a drive.

Did you study something relating to branding and advertising?
I studied Business Marketing and Economics at the University of Hull, UK.

Your association with these musicians implies that you have been involved in the Nigerian Music Industry long before you broke out. What were you doing then?
I was studying the industry. I was recording stuff but my type of music had not been accepted in Nigeria at that time so I just held on. I had a couple of meetings with some Record Label heads and they turned us down, they said my type of music won’t be accepted here, bus drivers won’t listen to it and that’s what drove us to form Syndik8 records.

When did you really start singing, or should I say rapping?   
Music started for me as far back as 1998. My first studio experience was at Even Ezra Studios in Victoria Island with Nelson Brown, Foster Zino. These are people who those who have been in the industry since the 90s know. They were the times when you record your songs on a cassette. In 2004, after some Record Labels had turned us down, Ikon and I decided to start our own Label because if they were not seeing our vision, it was up to us to take it into our own hands.

Breaking Into the Industry
Your music practically blew up after you released your first single. But take me back to the early days before most people knew Lynxxx. What was it like then?
I started just like everybody else, rapping with my friends, putting mix tapes on the internet. Then I was in the UK and when we put a song on the internet, we had almost a 100,000 hits on My Space. But I realized that doing music from abroad doesn’t really pay because you can’t export it to Nigeria. So I left music for a while, learnt how to design and took my time to study what it took to be a success in making music. And then in 2009, I felt I was ready to come back home. I moved back in September 2009, recorded Change Your Parade in October, put it out in November and by December it was a big song.

When you finally decided to come back home, how easy or difficult was it for you to get your music accepted?
I won’t say it was easy but it was not as difficult as it could have been right now. The industry was not as saturated as it is now. The only people that were really in the industry were people who had big names – Dbanj, Eldee, Naeto C, Sasha, Ikechukwu, Banky W. It was not that crowded, there was still room for new sound and I think that’s what made it not so difficult.

I’m quite interested in your fashion label. Tell me more about it…
Syndik8 Denim is an urban label that makes T-shirts with westernized influenced. Basically its African culture designed in a very bright and westernized style so that when you walk into a room, it’s something that people would definitely notice.

So far, you’ve had an impressive, almost rapid career start. What do you think is responsible for this?
I’m just very thankful to everybody who has supported me – the blogs, the radio stations, the DJs. At the end of the day, it’s up to these people.

You released your first single in 2009 and your album one year later. What was it like preparing for your album?
I recorded over 50 songs and we had to shortlist it later. Within that year, I was in the studio from 6pm to 7am every day and that is the reason why I wear shades a lot because my lifestyle over the last 5 years, I’ve not really been sleeping. Look at my eyes, I have permanent bags under my eyes so I just wear shades to keep it away from the public.

You self titled your album ‘This Is Lynxxx’. What was the general idea behind your debut album?
With that album, I wanted to please myself first, saying ‘I’m offering you, me. If you accept it, all well and good. If you don’t, I hope you grow to like it in due time’. And it did pretty well, it got me a Pepsi endorsement and made me a substantial amount of money in the year 2011.

You simply read my mind, I was just about to ask about your Pepsi Endorsement. You’re one of the very few artistes to get endorsed by the Pepsi brand. How did you clinch that deal?
The Pepsi deal came not by might but the power of God because it was not something that I chased. As God would have it, they just reached out to my agent and said they were interested in signing an endorsement deal with me.

What does it entail?
It’s a basic endorsement where you represent the brand, you’re the face of the brand, promote the brand however you can that’s why you see Pepsi in my videos. My tour was sponsored by Pepsi. It’s an opportunity to grow both ways.

You must have gotten some cool bucks from that deal, right?
I’d just say I was very OK.

Some people insinuated that you got that deal through your father’s connections. Is there any truth in that?
I’d like to clear that up. My father didn’t even know about me doing music or anything about Pepsi until I had signed the deal. I made sure my album was almost ready and I had basically done the ground work before I told him. My father is an Economist so you have to display a certain level of seriousness in what you are doing so I made sure I had gotten to some level before I had a meeting with him to say this is what I want to do. Does my father work at Pepsi? No. Does my father know anybody at Pepsi? No. People will always talk. I might come from a well-to-do background but that has nothing to do with my career and if people really know my family, they’d know that it’s a family where you don’t get handed out things.

Tell me more about your family.
I am the only boy with five sisters and you’d think we are pampered but everybody in my family had to get jobs for themselves, had to hussle. There are times when my sisters moved back to Nigeria and a year after, they haven’t gotten a job. It doesn’t mean that there is no connection but there is no reason why life should be that simple. My parents taught us the hard way.

It’s been more than a year now since you released your album. How has its reception been like?
It’s been good especially outside the country. I released an album that was well rounded because I wanted to take it to somewhere like Spain to play it there and there would be something that they can connect with. It’s gotten me out there and I learn from my mistakes; I can say I can do this better now because I’ve learnt that this works this way.

What new projects are you working on?
I’m working on my second album, I’m also working with my new artistes on the label, making sure that they come out the right way. I’m also working on opening a shop for my clothing line hopefully this year and there are some international deals on the table.

A shop for your clothing line. That’s interesting. How affordable are your T-shirts?
The T-shirts sell for N5000 because we make sure that we give you T-shirts that no matter how many times you wash it, it doesn’t fade, it doesn’t stretch. One thing about my brand is that whatever I do, I make sure it has good quality. The last time I did anything regarding my T-shirts was in 2010 and since then the music picked up so now I’ve taken time out to re-design, re- strategize and try and open up a shop.

The Man Behind The Music
Let’s talk more about the man behind the music. What are your real names?
Chukie Edozien

How would you describe your personality?
I’m a very free spirited person. More often than not, people tend to misjudge me. I think my face is just hard for no reason. If someone gets to meet me, they say ‘Oh my God, I had a misconception about you. I thought you were stuck up but you’re actually very cool’. If I meet 10 people, out of that 10, 8 would say that.

Why do you think you get that kind of reaction from people?
I don’t know. Maybe it’s just the aura that I give out. But I’m a very free person, I joke a lot. I’m not the person that a lot of people tend to think I am. I’m open with every person. I’m just somebody who likes to live life. I’m very ambitious and I like to challenge myself.

I noticed you supported some NGOs for People Living With Disabilities in the campaign for signing their bill in Lagos state. Tell me about it.
Nigeria is not so structured. For instance, for somebody on a wheelchair, there are few facilities to cater for such people. You never know how people living with disabilities feel until you maybe have an accident, it can happen to anybody. For that reason, I supported the NGO and thankfully, Fashola has approved it. I’m up for any good cause such as that.

What qualities attract you to a lady?
I am attracted to ambition. I like to see women getting up and trying to make stuff happen and not sitting around waiting for mum or dad or boyfriend. I like a woman with plans, who is grounded and sticks to what she does, someone who knows what she wants out of life. Obviously, she has to be pleasing to the eyes, has to be able to package herself and look nice. I like a woman who can cook because I like to eat. I like a woman who can hang out with my guys, someone I can gist with, someone I can get silly with.

What are you not attracted to?
I’m not really a fan of big weaves. I’m not saying I’m not a fan of weaves at all but I appreciate women with natural hair. Ponytails get my attention anytime.

Have you found the kind of lady that to you, is a complete package?
I would rather keep that personal because that is the one percent of my life that I can hold on to without letting it out to the public.

What is the most uncomfortable thing about fame?
The fact that there are always eyes on me. It’s like a double edged sword; there’s the good and bad. You can wake up and read something about you that has never happened. It’s hard to just be free except in your house.

Tell me about some crazy things you’ve read about yourself.
I read I had a baby a couple of months ago. There’s this rumour about me and Toolz having an affair and it’s been going on since I released ‘Good Loving’ with Wizkid in 2010 because I mentioned her in the song. And the one about my father getting me the Pepsi Endorsement.

Have you ever been turned down by a lady?

What would you do if you were?
I’ll walk away in shame.

It was really nice chatting with Lynxxx. Do enjoy some of his music.
Lynxxx ft. Wizkid – Fine Lady

Lynxxx – Follow Me Ft ShowDemCamp (SDC) & Poe (Video)

Lynxxx – Ice Cream Factory Ft Enze (Video)

Lynxxx – Alabukun Ft Banky W (Video)

Adeola Adeyemo is a graduate of Industrial Relations and Personnel Management from University of Lagos. However, her passion is writing and she worked as a reporter with NEXT Newspaper. She believes that anything can be written about; anything can be a story depending on the angle it is seen from and the writer's imagination. When she is not writing news or feature articles, she slips into her fantasies and creates interesting fiction pieces. She blogs at


  1. Thelma

    May 26, 2012 at 1:11 pm

    this guy is hottttt!!! ouch

  2. christy

    May 26, 2012 at 1:14 pm

    I see him every were,but not his song.girls will surely be screaming,he is hot,marry me.

  3. Lolade

    May 26, 2012 at 1:38 pm

    Lynxx…i luv dis guy, he is soooo cool

  4. mizz curly

    May 26, 2012 at 1:52 pm

    my sugar porairow,.,.,.i’m au naturale and my hair is in a ponytail 99% of the tym,.,.,lets marry

    • Tosin

      May 27, 2012 at 7:17 am

      Hahaha, love it. But you didn’t leave your contact info – ok o.
      I’ma give his music a listen. The interview is interesting (one typo, maybr two to fix). I love how he says about the bags from not sleeping enough. And dang, he looks like his sister from QC – was it Loretta or so (not Jennifer the older slimmer one with the weaving to the front lol it’s funny how much I remember about her).
      Dude, do your thing, have fun. I’ll be showing some love.

  5. LPS

    May 26, 2012 at 2:14 pm

    when you are fine you fine..wink!

  6. hussler

    May 26, 2012 at 2:32 pm

    U go see were 9ja girls go dey carry natural hair +ponytail sitdon 4 where lynxx dey go….
    e don be 4 una

    But d guy sweet sha….serious eye candy!

  7. bibi

    May 26, 2012 at 2:51 pm

    The part where he talked about women hair was soo cute.The ponytail part hoho i can imagine how he said it lol

  8. Jlo

    May 26, 2012 at 3:19 pm

    Extremely proud of u! This is only the beginning.

  9. Nma

    May 26, 2012 at 3:48 pm

    LMBO….he said he doesnt like big weaves that just about eliminates 90% of lagos and abuja babes right there. Good to see a naija man who appreciates natural hair ( permed or unpermed).

  10. Tolani

    May 26, 2012 at 5:12 pm

    Please wot did they do to his face in d first pic? abeg dat one is foto crop not shop o! cos it luks like some parts of his face are missing. minwyle, bella stop feeding us with dis boy o, i’ll soon collapse due to d immeasurable love i hav for him.

    • Miss T

      May 28, 2012 at 10:30 pm

      LMAO! Chai, these comments make me roll. Urs was just classic!

  11. nkechi

    May 26, 2012 at 5:16 pm

    Mr. Oga has just stylishly informed us that he wont be dating nigerian girls anytime soon. Where will he locate naija girls with natural pony tail esp in dis lagos? *yimu*

  12. TobechiD

    May 26, 2012 at 5:45 pm

    Great Interview. In the third pic, is that Lynxx or one of P-Square?

  13. seun

    May 26, 2012 at 6:24 pm

    i think most of you women forgot to read the part that he is the “only boy” which means any woman he would marry have five sisters and his parents to go through, goodluck to you girls. but much respect dude, i appreciate when kids from well to do backgrounds pave their own paths, before trying to walk in the shadows of their fathers or using his influence to get to the top. and oh thank you for letting these babes know that natural hair fine pass those horse hair they buy put for head.

    • Kikky

      May 27, 2012 at 1:45 am

      sorry na! we hear you

  14. philipa

    May 26, 2012 at 7:48 pm

    love lynxx and all but, how is his name chukie? is that a nick name? cuz that has no meaning, am just confused, or did the interview person spell it wrong? Anyways i just want to kiss those lips , but he wasnt cute as a baby, oh well shows sometimes people grow into their beauty.

  15. Janded

    May 26, 2012 at 8:40 pm

    Really eye candy. Nice voice and really talented

  16. sassycassie

    May 26, 2012 at 8:44 pm

    i think i’m inlove

  17. UsaveOne

    May 26, 2012 at 9:12 pm

    Wasuopp tunu…its lynxxx babi.

  18. Diana

    May 26, 2012 at 10:16 pm

    @ Bella Naija – Nice interview. I think his surname is Edozien and not “Edozie” as it has been written.

  19. Nikii

    May 26, 2012 at 11:30 pm

    I have a ponytail on *blushes* and I live in Lagos! Ouch!

  20. DatFashionboy

    May 26, 2012 at 11:47 pm

    Nice interview wit Lynxxx,I can’t say who’s cool btw him and 2face sha.Also I have always appreciated women wit natural hair not all this fake horse tail hair.One love Boss….

    • Gimmer

      May 29, 2012 at 5:37 pm

      Toju Foyeh wears weave

  21. Kola S

    May 26, 2012 at 11:55 pm

    Hear, hear for the natural hair!

  22. Mop

    May 27, 2012 at 1:18 am

    He’s dating Toju Foyeh. He has been for years so its understandable why he’s unwilling to share that with the world. He’s a handsome guy though can’t deny that at all.

    • Facade

      May 28, 2012 at 10:28 am

      If they are serious and truly committed, what’s there to hide? That’s how ebuka and olamide played hide and seek, makin a secrecy out their relationship….next thing olamide was left hanging and th rest is history…..women be careful of these secret ” commitment o”

  23. ogie

    May 27, 2012 at 1:33 am

    Correct guy..nothing do u

  24. elflaco

    May 27, 2012 at 3:19 am

    He mentioned black magic… That guy is good … Baby gal wats up utunu

  25. Daniel

    May 27, 2012 at 7:34 am

    I applaud you, proud son of Asaba & I also applaud your parents. I wanted to do music in my time but my parents would not let me. We have come a long way from those days as now a former prestigious Bank MD allows his only son to go through an unconventional music route. All the best.


      May 27, 2012 at 9:19 pm

      Repping ASABA ALL DAY…yes is a long way…kaaaaaaai!!! homie must have done a presentation or slide show to convince his pops (EDOZIEN)..those who are from Asaba knows that his dad is like the OBi of that area…wahali its not easy….Lynxx you have tried lets enjoy the music and ur success…UTUNU.

  26. SSR

    May 27, 2012 at 11:04 am

    Swag Storm Records Azonto Out Now (M60, B.F.T.U., Danny Brownz) Download: just in case u haven’t heard it

  27. keji

    May 27, 2012 at 2:46 pm



  28. Tee

    May 27, 2012 at 4:20 pm

    Aww him and Toju Foyeh have been together for 6 years. Wish he would just tell everyone!

    • ebi

      May 27, 2012 at 7:46 pm

      we all know, i’m sure he values his privacy a lot, that’s why he doesn’t want to spill

  29. The Awake Programs

    May 27, 2012 at 5:11 pm

    Nice interview. Lynxxx has found his life’s path and is walking it well.

  30. iamfascinating

    May 27, 2012 at 5:52 pm

  31. Abs

    May 27, 2012 at 6:00 pm

    Seems like a nice person! Way to go Lynxxx!


    May 27, 2012 at 6:43 pm

    Give am belle, no contraceptive! i rememba d 1st tym i hrd him say dat, i was almost rolling on d floor. Dis dude is major EYE CANDY!

  33. Alwayz Moi

    May 27, 2012 at 7:58 pm

    Whoz dz guy evry1 is gushin abt…dunno him or his muzik. But hez fine sha.l

  34. jade

    May 27, 2012 at 11:44 pm

    lynxx as a baby was a very ugly baby but look at him now wow!

    • Facade

      May 28, 2012 at 10:13 am

      I’m glad you know there is hope for you….

  35. jmayaki

    May 28, 2012 at 12:11 am

    na person pikin be dis oooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MAJOR EYE CANDY

  36. Muna

    May 28, 2012 at 7:45 am

    He’s ubber hawt!!!! Cute! Cute ,cute!
    OMG!Check out and place your comments!!!

  37. Facade

    May 28, 2012 at 10:12 am

    Overrated tins

  38. Facade

    May 28, 2012 at 10:20 am

    I thats true thn Toju foyeh needs to diversify her options cos 6 yrs ain’t a joke to put on one man . Small time She go wake up one day and start writing “familiar male-bashing” epistle for us to read and reply to on BN PROSE….ths I how it starts o. A word is enough for the wise

    • Partyrider

      May 28, 2012 at 6:20 pm


  39. Olawale salau

    May 28, 2012 at 12:12 pm

    Floreat guy! We are proud of,u ar 2much utunu!

  40. MISSY

    May 28, 2012 at 12:26 pm

    lol i dreamt of thi guy today no be small and guess what? we had s*x in the dream! i am not kidding 😛

    • sassycassie

      May 28, 2012 at 8:37 pm

      lol.get ur mind out the gutter, missy!

  41. Olawale salau

    May 28, 2012 at 12:26 pm

    Floreat guy! We ar proud of u

  42. Purpleicious Babe

    May 29, 2012 at 1:52 am

    Sometimes cute babies do not turn out so cute after all…

    I have seen couple of pics of cute babies and am like “This is u?? hmm.. what about some that I have witnessed, soo cute as babies but the older they got the more they looked different. So, sometimes uncute babies can be fine in the future. In his case, I would not say that pic did justice but look at him now.. HENCHED, HUGE AND SEXY…. what can I say.. THAT FOREHEAD IS DOING HIM WONDERS.

    I thot the interview was nice.

    • Purpleicious Babe

      May 29, 2012 at 1:55 am

      oOOOO… AM NOT INTO HIS RAP at all.. or his sexual videos.. but i like FINE LADY song. fav till date.

  43. Gimmer

    May 29, 2012 at 5:36 pm

    but teju Foyeh wears weave…abi am i missing something?

  44. sassycassie

    May 29, 2012 at 7:51 pm

    i swear naija guys can be so confused. You like natural hair yet all the women you showcase in your videos wear weaves and are far from natural looking. and yes i googled Teju foyeh and she had weaves in all her pics! make up ya mind people! lolz *goes back to work*

  45. tolani

    May 29, 2012 at 9:36 pm

    @gimmer. Pls wot is the problem??? is it toju or lynxxx? cos u hav been around dis blog bringin people’s attention to the fact that his gf wears weave. so wot if he loves ponytails? we all dont settle for the things we fantasize over! abeg give it a rest alredi. i’m sure 60% of the girls prophesying love 4 dis boy hav boyfrnds but it doesnt mean they hate them. HA!

  46. iTawa

    May 30, 2012 at 12:48 am

    this brother is fineeeeeeeeeeeee!

  47. keji

    May 30, 2012 at 12:52 pm




    pls stop exposing ur ignorance and learn to separate celebs from their actual characters.

    • sassycassie

      May 31, 2012 at 4:50 pm

      Miss extra intelligent…

    • sassycassie

      May 31, 2012 at 4:53 pm

      Miss extra intelligent…too intelligent that you couldn’t tell my statement was tongue-in-cheek. Okpo!

  48. MOchessy

    May 30, 2012 at 5:54 pm

    No one cares about his music. this guy is hot DAMN

  49. Tostie

    May 30, 2012 at 6:21 pm

    *Drools* HAWTNESS!!!

  50. Sally Okonkwo

    May 31, 2012 at 8:21 am

    @MOcheessy : emm…. hi, please speak for your self! i listened to his album times and times over till i scratched the cd so dont put every 1 in ur bracket! we r NOT the same!

    Lynxxx, keep the hits coming…. LOVINNNN FINE LADY!

  51. Seriously

    June 3, 2012 at 6:53 pm

    Trust Naija girls to always have something negative to say. He said, he doesn’t like BIG WEAVES, like ones that are extra full and all the way to your butt. Yes, his girl wears weave but probably keeps it clean and simple. Women, you are the ones obsessed with brazilian hair, most guys don’t care. Wear your natural hair, keep it clean and nice instead of those hideous wigs.

  52. yungcf

    August 13, 2012 at 1:44 am

    She b my fine,fine,fine lady aaa..nice one!on point!…

  53. JayJ

    October 24, 2012 at 4:39 pm

    I would trip for him but we all just know that nothing’s gonna happen. I’d just be dying in silence, hence I wont. still a fine boy 😀

  54. chichi

    October 29, 2012 at 10:57 pm

    it’s so sad that he has a gf bcos d very first time i heard his voice on gidilounge i made sure i saw his face. It was love at first voice….:p…..i’m sure ur gf knows u love and respect her cos 6yrs no b beans and i’m sure she might be one of those ladies on the defensive side….lmao and u all crack me up with your comments….lynxxx ur fine baby is here just close ur eyes and u’ll see me plus i’m all natural n i’m sure i meet all the criteria of ur ideal woman 😉 but I may not be the finest but I know say i try <3…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….<3<3<3 wish u happy r/ship wit ur gf. Srzly I don't care wat ur words are saying in ur music i just love ur voice plus ur so handsome to watch, also seeing this interview shows wat a real man is made of and i pray I get someone like u. Bella Naija abeg encourage him to read and laugh at the comments we are making.

  55. sandy

    December 5, 2012 at 12:45 am

    This guy is soooooo hawt hawt hawt. Those lips r “to die for”!!!!!!!!

  56. Hi

    December 29, 2012 at 2:59 pm

    I like glory edozien, is she related to lynxxx?

  57. Tana

    February 27, 2013 at 1:07 pm

    First tym i say lynxx was 3 week back in midrand(RSA). The guy charmed me n my eyes were glued to him. I found him as a simply n down to earth person. He was just a ordinary guy that day. Wearing short n black vest. Ok, what am i saying here, did i hav a crush on him, definately yes. Did i want his numbers, off course i did even a kiss.
    Well, initially thought that he was Angolian until i saw his video last week. He took me by surprise and blow me away. Oh well i had to forget about getting his no n stop bragging about him since he is an international start.
    Lynxx is not well known to RSA in my opinion and i believe his music and vidoes should be played offen. One of the track i really liked was “Follow me” n i’ve never heard or seen the video until today.
    Score of out 10, i’ll giv him an 8. Three pionts for music; Four points for personality and the other point for luks.
    lynxx, keep up the good work n tk care

  58. sapphirre

    February 27, 2015 at 9:12 pm

    the dude is very cute.listened to his song fine lady and it’s sooooo this guy is what u call a good looking man.I pray get a gudlukin guy jus like him of which chances are very low that I will lol.he is sophisticated and sexy too.God really took his tym but his baby photo is disappointing but I guess it’s okay I mean look at him now.keep up e good work Lynxx love u lots mwaaaaaaaah.peace

  59. Momoh Ibrahim

    March 6, 2021 at 2:32 am

    The man really fine.

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