Introducing Bazz – the multitalented specialist


Hello fellow steemians (forgive me, if I haven’t used the right term!)

It feels really good to be here. I am Onyekachi; in case that feels too hard for you to pronounce, then you can call me Bazz. Over the years I have assumed many nicknames, in fact, I can’t even remember all of them.
I joined Steemit towards the end of last month – a friend had introduced the great platform to me, so, I thought it would be good to check it out. I am a multitalented specialist, and I feel Steemit is a great platform for me to meet and share my wealth of ideas with others.

I bought a guitar

In 2010, while I was waiting to secure admission into the university, I saved up money and bought a guitar. I bought the guitar at the expense of buying Christmas clothes for it was towards Christmas. Every day I would lock up myself inside my room learning to play one or two notes. After many months of trial and error, I learned to play basic notes and chords on the guitar. Today, I can’t boast that I am a great guitarist, but I can at least play Nigerian highlife proficiently. Because of my love for the bass guitar, though I have switched to the lead guitar now, people gave me the name, “Bazz.”

I am a singer (only in the bathroom)

Apart from playing the guitar, I also love to sing. I used to sing in the church band when I was still a Christian. I am an atheist now. I still sing today; in fact, my bathroom time is usually a great singing session.

I started a blog in 2013

In 2013, I stayed back in school while almost all the students had gone home for a two weeks break. The school internet became incredibly faster since the number of people using it had greatly reduced. There was also constant electricity. Every day, I would stay indoor streaming movies and music online. One day, it struck me that I could do better with the fast internet and constant electricity (in Nigeria, electricity is a major issue.) Consequently, I started an entertainment blog. I didn’t have anyone to guide me aright, so after several months, I abandoned the blog.

A run-away programmer

After I abandoned my blog, I took to computer programming. I had started learning how to design basic static web pages when I was in the first year. I wanted to go deeper, so, I went for PHP. After some weeks of learning, I was already doing some cool stuff. I built a mini dating site, even though I never hosted it online. It remained on my localhost. As many students returned to the campus, internet speed reduced greatly, and electricity returned to normal. Hence, I abandoned my programming. That same period, I had fallen ill, the sickness also contributed to making me drop programming as I found it difficult concentrating.
Many people have told me that I am multitalented – I know it. At least, for a single person to be a guitarist, a former programmer, a writer, a singer (only in the bathroom) and so many other hidden talents, it is not easy.
I don’t like talking about my family online, so I won't mention my family here. Overall, I have a great family.
Recently, I became interested in cryptocurrency. As a non-fiction writer, I have helped a lot of clients write books on cryptocurrency and the blockchain technology. I would be sharing a lot of my experiences on cryptocurrency and the blockchain technology as a whole on this platform.

I have a YouTube channel

Did I mention that I have a YouTube channel where I teach people how to play Nigeria Highlife music? Yes, check it out here ( Did I also say that I have been a member of many local band groups in my small town somewhere in Nigeria? I have toured so many small villages and towns in Nigeria playing the guitar. I would be sharing a lot of experiences here.
Currently, I work as a freelance nonfiction writer. I wish to save a lot of money and diversify my portfolio. I desire to return to programming one day.
My passion is to sleep, wake up, eat, bath, and repeat, with no work in-between but with a lot of free money. I also love photography, and I am a proud promoter of the African culture.
I would be sharing more later.

Please follow me, upvote my post, and resteem, and comment if you like my introduction post. (Please, forgive me if I haven't gotten the terms correctly. I am still learning.)


Greets! :) Check out @dtube and @dsound for your future contributions as an artist ;)

I will definitely check @dtube out. Hopefully, it will be more accepting of small people like us, unlike YouTube that is chasing away the lean guys with their latest policies.

Hi there welcome to steemit @onyiibazz nice to meet you and glad you made it here. =)
I wish you all the best and good luck to you as well. =)

Hi, thanks for stopping by. I am hoping to get used to the system soon, and start doing amazing things like you guys.

Welcome to Steemit @onyiibazz!

I wish you much success and hope you find Steemit to be as rewarding and informative as I have.

Here are some links you might find useful.
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Let me know if I can help.
Many blessings! @bycoleman

Thanks so much for sharing the useful links. I will definitely check them out.

you are an amazing star :)

Welcome to Steem @onyiibazz.

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