“Things were rough for me before Sekem. I want people to see me and be inspired by my story, saying, “If MC Galaxy can do it, I can do it.” I remember when I used to perform at a comedy club; I was usually paid N2,000 and would sleep in the club till the next day because I had little for transport fare. By the grace of God, I have become very busy now,” the Akwa Ibom born singer said.
Also, the singer who recently did his house warming in Lekki spoke on how he came about the dance, Sekem. He has this to say: “After Kukere, I usually dance Skelewu and I created the Sekem dance from the comedy club. The dance started trending from there. I decided to take it further by using it in my song. I had created dance steps for other people, so I decided to create mine. Sekem in my local dialect means shift there .It is actually called Sekemi. I omitted the “I” and renamed it Sekem”.