Olumide Ogunade, the veteran record producer, who is popularly known as ID Cabasa, has explained that he worked with two banks before quitting the banking profession for music.
He said he took the decision because music has always been his passion.
Speaking in a recent episode of the Debbie Show TV, Cabasa said he studied medicine for two years before dropping out to study economics.
He said, “I did medicine for two years, then went to study economics. After my masters, I worked with two Nigerian banks and then I went into music.
“My parents wanted me to be a doctor. When I got admission to study medicine, I knew I was not going to do that. So I wrote another JAMB and was admitted into Lagos State University to study economics. I couldn’t study music then because it wasn’t seen as a career, unlike now. Initially, I was doing music just for the passion.
“Despite studying economics, I always knew I would do music. Not just music. If I tell people that music was not the first thing that I did in art, they won’t believe me. It was acting.”