Music star, Tunde Jago floors Barry Jhay, Zlatan Ibile, others to win Citypeople’s Promising Music Act
Music star, Oniyide Babatunde, popularly known as Tunde Jago, recently won two awards at the 2020 Citypeople awards.
The event was held at the popular sidewalks, the music star bagged ‘Promising Music act’ and ‘Young Crossover Music Act’ ahead of star singer Barry Jhay, Victor AD, and Zlatan Ibile.
Receiving the awards from the City People Magazine’s publisher, Seye Kehinde, the singer thanked the media and his fans for their support and prayers, as he believed the coveted award wouldn’t have been possible without their support.
Tunde Jago has worked with many A-list artists, who are proud to be part of his music.
He added that his passion for music has been from childhood, just like many before him.
The singer aspires to be one of the biggest and most influential acts in the continent such as Burna boy, Wizkid, Davido, Wande Coal, and several others.
According to the young talent, leading musicians who have willingly offered to feature in his forthcoming body of work give him the confidence that he’s doing something right. His drive further earned him a spot on ‘The promising music act’.
He is bridging the gap between the average listeners and his conventional audience. Most of his songs have positive reviews and feedback on the radio, charts, and streams.
Tunde Jago started making music at 20 and grew through the rank within a short period. He attended Gannies Children School and left in 2003. He went on to Gaskiya college Ijora Badia in Lagos. After finishing secondary school in 2010, he went on to The Polytechnic Ibadan to pursue national diploma in Business Administration.
He’s so far well established in the entertainment space and he’s doing more to keep his spot.
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