Wednesday, September 28

My uncle and i had something new coming before his death – Victor Uwaifo’s nephew

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Peter de Rock

Late Victor Uwaifo’s nephew, Uwaifo Isoken Peter aka Peter De Rock, has revealed how he had a collaboration with the late highlife legend eight days before his death.

The fast rising musician narrated the late Uwaifo’s influence on his emergence as a music act.

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“I was eight years when I lost my father. That was in 2002. I can’t recall many things but I knew my father, Clement Uwaifo (Clemico) was the first music icon in our family. He nurtured Sir Victor into music. My father can play all music instruments and had to retire for his younger brother to continue doing music. I grew up seeing Sir Victor Uwaifo as my father. I have been close to him since 2010. When he saw my interest, he started giving me lessons on the guitar. He gave me my first electric guitar and wireless transmitter,” he said.

Currently signed to Denmark based Robert A. Douglas Entertainment, Peter recently released a new song entitled ‘Happy Day.’

Peter, a songwriter, composer, music director and performing musician released the new song days after the funeral of Sir Victor Uwaifo.

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