“My Music Talent is a gift from God to me” – Carter Efe

Talented content creator, Carter Efe speaks on why he won’t be dumping skit-making to become a full-time musician, as he opens up on how being a father has changed him.

The comedian cum singer was recently featured in the Saturday Beats interview with Punch during which he spoke on how music and comedy aren’t distinct for him.

Carter Efe

According to Carter Efe, music which is God’s gift to him is something that he considers to be similar with comedy and he has no plans of leaving one for the other.

He said …

“Music is a gift from God to me. When I came out with the ‘states and capital’ song, it went viral beyond my expectations. I know it is a funny song but then, I am a comedian. I usually obey my instincts. And, when I feel like it, I call another artiste. Music and comedy are not distinct for me, and I won’t be separating them.”

He reflected on how being a celebrity has impacted his life. He lamented that he can no longer enjoy the simple things of life without being noticed.

“Before, I could go out to play football or take a walk to something for myself. Now, I cannot do things anyhow. I miss a lot of things, but as long I am making money, I am okay,” carter said.

Carter Efe added that becoming a father has made him do things differently, and cutting down on some things such as posting videos of himself dancing in his boxers.

He added …

“I do things differently now because I am a dad. There are some things I did before that I don’t do again, such as posting videos of myself online dancing and wearing only boxers. It (fatherhood) has made me upgrade my craft. I also can’t keep doing the same things, because people get tired with time.”