Nigerian music producer and singer, Phillip Kayode Moses, better known as Pheelz, has opened up that he is a “ladies’ man,” and agreed that this is reflected in his lyrical content, which is usually about women.


However, he clarified that being a gentleman is a very necessary part of his identity, and he is not a “woman wrapper.”

Talking on the audiovisual podcast F&S Uncensored, Pheelz stated that his love for women inspires his music and that he takes pride in his appearance and the way he treats them.

Pheelz also goes further meanwhile discussing about his fan base, which he calls “The Trybe,” and revealed that he enjoys taking them on dates and getting to know them personally.

“I’m a ladies’ man. That’s why I sing about them [ladies]…I’m not a woman wrapper. I’m a ladies’ man. I’m a gentleman. The ladies love me. I talk good, smell good, am six-foot, body built, and make love good. You understand, no be indomie things. They no dey do indomie for here o. We take our time.

“I called my fan base, The Trybe, and I love every single one of them. I love going for dates like I just take some ladies of The Trybe on a date. But I’m planning something for the guys as well…The kind of fan base I want to have, I don’t want to be away from my fans. My real fans, I want them to feel like they know me. And I want them to really know me. That’s why I take some of them on a date.” He said.

Sulaimon Babatunde

I am an internet search engine marketer, graphic designer and web designer based in Lagos, Nigeria. I always get orientation to do my things from the Google search results.


Rosalie Moore · August 8, 2023 at 12:26 pm

Cómo hacer un interruptor de presión sociable para todos los Top Re

Rupert Marshall · August 8, 2023 at 8:07 pm

You could certainly see your expertise in the work you write.The world hopes for more passionate writers such as you who aren’t afraid to say how they believe.Always go after your heart.

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