Charles Chibueze Chukwu, popularly known as Crayon, a talented artist signed under Mavin Records, recently shared his gratitude for not achieving immediate success when he was initially signed by Don Jazzy in 2019. Drawing parallels to the biblical story of Job, Crayon sees his journey as a test of patience, acknowledging that the delayed success has made his current achievements even more fulfilling.
In a post on his official social media platform, Crayon reflected on his career trajectory, expressing his thankfulness for the timing of his breakthrough. He noted that the satisfaction he now experiences in his successful music career is far greater than it would have been if he had achieved fame back in 2019.
“Omo thank God that I didn’t blow in 2019 when I came out. Na now sweet pass! Jesus. I had to wait bro I had to wait!! God tested my patience like that of Job in the Bible. Now ehnnn I’m coming for everything like a comet!!! Mo ti blowww kpaaaaa,” he wrote.
Crayon’s perspective sheds light on the importance of timing and the personal growth that can come from facing challenges and delays in one’s career. His resilience and gratitude reflect a deeper understanding of the journey to success and the value of patience in the pursuit of one’s goals.