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Ajimovoix Drums returns as that Unserious Focus Boy

By Chinonso Ihekire
29 October 2022   |   2:39 am
After his instrumental record, Focus Dance Beat, took the music industry by surprise in 2020, life changed for Adewale Oguntade. For the hitmaker better known as Ajimovoix Drums, it became an era of newly found fame.

Ajimovoix Drums

After his instrumental record, Focus Dance Beat, took the music industry by surprise in 2020, life changed for Adewale Oguntade. For the hitmaker better known as Ajimovoix Drums, it became an era of newly found fame.

Legends from Burna Boy, to Olamide, among others always displayed the signature head-nodding dance that was associated with the song, as they toured the world. 

While the pulsating percussion and piano rhythms of Focus Dance Beat became a highlight for every dance floor, music concert and party where Afrobeats music was concerned, Ajimovoix found a new reason to return to the microphones. Away from his dance-heavy instrumentals, he poured his heart into his solo projects where he appears as a singer.

From Border to Border, to his just-released That Unserious Focus Boi album, the young musician switches on his soulful mien in the slew of inspirational and groovy bops that colour the 10-tracker record. 

Within Border To Border, Ajimovoix Drums preached his ghetto gospel, giving hope through his melodies and voice. And now with That Unserious Focus Boi, he rehashes his trio of harmonious instrumentals, passionate singing, and inspiring lyricism. 

Commenting on the new record, he tells Weekend Beats, “I am so proud of this record. I am living in my dream already. I wanted to create something that will resonate with people.

It is called That Unserious Focus Boy, because I am always pushing despite the fact that the impression people might have is that I am just a street music maker. There are inspiring songs on the album, alongside inspirational music. It is all ear-candy vibes. They will help to inspire and move you forward. It is a muse for the young generation, inspired by most of my life’s experiences and things I have heard from people.”