However, Omo Baba Olowo (O.B.O) as the singer is fondly called explained that he pleaded with them, believing that music is universal and the foreign fans surely will warm up to his sound.
Music must inspire and motivate listeners — Triple G Ugaba
The Nigerian music industry has come a long way, but I think we still lack in originality. Yes, our artistes are talented but they have not been able to bring out the creativity and uniqueness in them.
J.Martins to celebrate 10 years in the game with a concert
Corporate Elite states: “We are very pleased and proud to associate with his brand, looking at everything he has achieved throughout these years, and we wish him many more beautiful years of blessings and more accomplishment in his career.”
I once used my school fees for studio sessions, SYNO
According to the Ogun State indigene, he began his music career five years ago, 2012 to be precise, during his final year in secondary school. He grew up listening to the works of the late Da’grin, who was famous for his indigenous rap.
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Alaafin of Oyo storms Lagos for Mr & Mrs Kogberegbe’s Tunmigbe
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African Voices beams ray on new generation artistes
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Music is community service - Akapo Emmanuel
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‘The Wedding Party’ celebrates cinema success with costume party
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