Omologo fires up anticipation for upcoming single, ‘Med W’
For people who pay close attention to up-and-coming hip-hop singers, it was obvious that young artiste, Omologo was going to shine in that genre of music.
Monye Oluwa Damilola Emeke whose popular nomenclature is CEO Omologo, initially surfaced in mid-2014 and started to get attention from the press in early 2016. He is one of the most exciting new generation talents staking a claim in the Nigerian music scene and this he does with his goosebumps-inducing covers on social media that have since arrested the attention of key personalities.
Even after he released the hit single ‘Go Hard’, in 2016, Omologi’s buzz seemed nominal next to many of his peers as he suddenly flushed Naija upcoming artistes music scene; there is no doubt that he has the potential to be the biggest star of them all.
CEO Omologo, has changed the game in the west African music industry and has put other Afrobeats from the west coast on their toes.
He is a songwriter and record label owner, who hails from Ogboli Quater Isse Illukwu of Delta State, Anochia to be precise.
Born on August 10 1997 in Lagos State, the singer has shown distinctiveness and creativity in his style of music since he hit the stage in 2016 and has not stopped giving great sounds ever since.
His chart-topping single ‘Go Hard’, has gone viral and has enjoyed thousands of downloads on all streaming sites across the world as he continued to make rounds in Nigeria’s and Ghana’s pop culture.
Sometimes when you hear a great song for the first time, you just know. That was the case with Nigerian based, artist CEO Omologo’s unconventional debut song, ‘Go Hard.’ It wasn’t about knowing that CEO Omologo was the next big thing or that the track was a hit single, but there is a weight to this song that feels like the beginning of something important.
Though the artist-producer has been around for a minute, the past year has been promising enough to envisage what 2021 holds for him. His most celebrated hit ‘Go Hard’ has received considerable reception across the world. His Ghanaian fans are waiting with anticipation for his forthcoming album ‘Med W’.
He has become so popular in Nigeria and Ghana, that his name is already bumping into conversations that concern street music and we don’t envisage anything less in 2021.