Nigerian singer Lucy was formerly signed to RudeBoy Records, but she had to leave to save her career when the feud in the P’square family started.
According to her in a chat with HipTV, the P’square family squabbles sabotaged her career and she was almost driven into oblivion.
Lucy was signed to Rudeboy Records owned by Paul Okoye of the defunct P’square in 2016. The singer under the music imprint released a few singles before going quiet.
In her interview, Lucy revealed why she dropped out of the music imprint.
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A brief biography of the artiste:
Lucy Iheonyechoro Ugorji is 23 years old, born and bred in Sapele, Delta State, and is originally from Mbaise, Imo State.
The last child from a family of six, Lucy was not over-pampered by her parents; instead, she was taught the rudiments of hard work and how to chase her beautiful dreams, little wonder she got an academic scholarship while in Primary four.
Lucy, is a graduate of Law from the prestigious Coventry University in the United Kingdom. She started her academic journey in Nigeria at the Future Generation Nursery and Primary School, Sapele. While in Primary four, the school gave her a scholarship all through her secondary school level because she was considered too brilliant to be in that class.
The scholarship scheme took Lucy to Marist Comprehensive Academy, Uturu, Anambra State, a boarding school owned by the Catholic missionary. But as Lucy grows, her penchant for success and greater challenges was also growing. While in JSS2, she relocated to the UK to continue her education at the Eastlea Community School, East London and finished in 2010 before proceeding to Epping Forest College, Essex (UK).
Lucy actually wanted to study Forensic Science at the Coventry University (UK), but due to her inquisitive nature, her mother advised her to choose Law at the same institution. Meanwhile, irrespective of her academic prowess, Lucy has been doing music all her life. She became conscious of the unique talent at age four when she sang and won a singing competition at a birthday party.