Adedamola Adefolahan, usually often known as Fireboy DML, is a Nigerian singer-songwriter who these days shared the story behind the creation of his well-known tune, Peru.
The singer claimed that DMW artist Peruzzi, who repeatedly encompasses a hook in his songs, served as inspiration for a portion of the tune’s lyrics.
When he talked about, “I’m looooo, Peru don dey para,” Fireboy noticed that he was making a reference to Peruzzi.
The YBNL Nation outlined in a present interview with Ebro Darden on Apple Music 1 that he wrote the tune due to his first time visiting the United States.
Prior to that, he claimed to have had writer’s block, subsequently recording Peru was an unplanned movement.
The singer of Vibration claimed that on the time, he was on the verge of despair and that when he arrived in Miami, Florida, USA, he was attracted by the sensation and experience he had after going to a strip membership.
Fireboy DML sharing how Peruzzi impressed Peru. pic.twitter.com/apnWjYtZTC
— 🏽🌹♡ 🐳 @OneJoblessBoy (@OneJoblessBoy) September 21, 2022