I Inherited Magic From My Father To Sell My Music - Que Peller.
Fast rising singer and son of popular Nigerian magician, late Prof. Moshood Abiola Peller, Que Peller, since venturing into music has been doing well for himself and his short stint and fast becoming a strong brand in the industry.
Aside just singing, he has been able to infuse some tricks into his music which is magic just to attract more fans to his brand.
To him, he is not ready to take magic as a full time business which has been a family inheritance but infusing it his music is just a way of honouring his late father.
In his word while speaking with Punch, “I’m not considering doing magic full time. My father did magic so whenever I perform magic, I use it to honour him. My siblings believe I should do magic full time even if it is just to honour our father. I infuse magic in my performances and videos for people to remember the good works of my father and how great he was. The magic is for my father while the music is for me. Also, the magic part is used to entertain my viewers a little bit.”
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