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C.Kror Superstar Returns With Omo Adugbo

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CKROR-3-CopyHE is young and he did not make any attempt to hide his youthfulness. Dressed in a jean pant and All Star trainer, the young man pranced around the wide stage of O’jez celebrity handout, singing and rapping both in English and Yoruba languages. He is the latest sensation in the nation’s music scene that is already bursting at its seams.  

Arogundade Olaniyi Sikiru popularly called C.kror Superstar was born and raised in Isolo, under Oshodi/Isolo Local Government Council of Lagos State Nigeria but he is a native of Abeokuta, Ogun State. Despite his young age, the talented artiste has been in the industry for some time now, working with notable names.

He recorded his first hit single, Alomo produced by K. Solo, which featured Prince Banton of the House of Ginger Soldier, eight years ago. The artiste then left the shores of the country to Ghana in further pursuit of his music career. Three years after, the youngster is back on the scene with another hit titled Omo Adugbo (Neighborhood Famous)

“I want to promote this song (Omo Adugbo (Neighborhood Famous) because I am trying not to queue behind any other musician’s pattern. The song’s message is very clear and understandable, more so, the song is representing the neighborhood and it is for everyone who loves to be a proud son of his/her community. This is a brand new style of music that I am introducing to the Nigeria music industry.”

On his plans for promotions and tour, he said “C.kror Superstar is always ready to work with any record label or production house if they are willing and capable to handle the project, both album project and touring for show. We are also reaching out to contacts in Ghana, Burkina Faso and some other places in Africa where I have done some work with some artistes. The world will know when things start taking shape.”

He outlines the unique features in the video he just shot. “The original content is not diluted, no film trick or excessive effect, making of the video represents day-to-day activities that happen in the neighborhood both mine and yours and the team work of the management from manager to director, D.O.P and Editor. Everyone did their best towards success of the video.”
 
Chief Ebenezer Obey is his role model in music. He is also attracted to Alhaji Yusuf Olatunji while American R&B star Phil Collins makes up the list.



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