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Qdot wins best indigenous artiste, gifts mum a house on her birthday


Yorubad Boi Music frontline act Qudus Fakoya Oluwadamilare, popularly known as Qdot, during the week, surprised his mum, Mrs Folasade, with a magnificent house as birthday gift.

The Gbese crooner, who is currently making waves with hits back-to-back in a chat with newsmen, said he always wanted to see his mother happy at all times, reiterating that he couldn’t have got a better mum.

Giving thanks to God for making his plans work out, the awards winning indigenous singer noted that it was a dream come true. He said, “Man proposes, God disposes. I appreciate God that has made this day a reality. My plan to surprise my mum with a house did not fail.”

“She deserves more than this because she is a super mum. I understand better because we have passed through it together. This is even the smallest thing in my plan to do for her. If I decide to worship her with all I have, it’s worth it. Those who are privileged to have the greatest mum like mine will understand me,” he added.

It was indeed a double celebration for Qdot and his family. Just a day after his mum’s birthday surprise, he emerged as the Best Indigenous Artiste in the just concluded OYA Awards 2019, which held in Lagos.

Qdot started his music from an early age, while in elementary school with inspirations from the likes of Asa, Beautiful Nubia, late Haruba Ishola and Alhaji Sikiru Ayinde aka Barrister. His in-depth use of the Yoruba language to make great sound and delivery has helped his music career grow and also earned him several accolades.


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