Oxlade – Ojuju
Oxlade come through with a brand new single titled “Ojuju”.
The single is his first single of the year, as he gears up for this forthcoming album. The Term “Ojuju” can simply refer to as a masquerade in various Nigerian dialects.
Produced by serial hit maker DJ Coublon.
Oxlade has always been intentional with his sound. Known for his unswerving approach to his music career, the 23-years-old artist’s star is rising fast.
From releasing his debut EP ‘Oxygene’ last May, to collaborations with leading artists such as Davido, ShowDemCamp and DJ Tunez, to building a die-hard fan base within a short time-space, this Lagos-born artist (real name Olaitan Abdulrahman) can do no wrong. And last December, he featured in the ART X Live! film ‘Like Someone’s Watching’ as part of the fifth edition of the ART X Lagos art fair alongside his peers Tomi Owó and DJ Camron.
Directed by Omowunmi Ogundipe, it mixed music with personal reflections on the challenges of 2020. I head to Oxlade’s Lagos home one hot Monday afternoon to speak to him about his music, activism and road to success.