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Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo (conceived 9 June 1980), known by his stage name D’banj, is a Nigerian performer, artist lyricist, business person and TV character. He has won a few music grants, including the honors for Best African Act at the MTV Europe Music Awards 2007, Artist of the Year at the MTV Africa Music Awards 2009, Best International Act: Africa at the 2011 BET Awards, and Best-offering African Artist at the 2014 World Music Awards, Evolution grant at the 2015 MTV Africa Music grants.
He received the stage name D’banj, a mix of his first name, Dapo, and his surname, Oyebanjo. D’banj is as of now best known globally for his 2012 summer hit “Oliver Twist”, an uptempo move combination of Afrobeat and electronic move music that beat the African diagrams 2011 and was a main 10 hit in the UK singles outline in 2012 coming to No. 2 on the UK R&B diagram. Starting at 2016, D’banj is positioned to be the wealthiest solo performer in Nigeria as indicated by T.I.N Magazine.
D’banj, otherwise called the Kokomaster or Bangalee, was conceived in June 9, 1980 in Zaria, the northern piece of Nigeria to a military officer who summoned a cannons regiment and an ardent church dignitary businessperson who hailed from Shagamu in Ogun State. Because of his dad’s calling he moved a few times inside Nigeria and later moved to England. D’banj was required to take after his dad’s military vocation and was selected to the Nigerian Military School at age eleven. Be that as it may, D’banj opposed the framework and disenrolled from the school following three years. While at the Military school he was an individual from the world class drum corp of the Nigerian Army. From the Nigerian Military School he continued to another military possessed foundation Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Ibara, Abeokuta where he was a congregation laborer. There he finished his optional school training.
D’banj was acquainted with the harmonica by his late more established sibling, Femi Oyebanjo, who passed on in a plane crash at age seventeen. With D’banj’s affection for music being more noteworthy than his folks’ military desires, he battled for his folks’ endorsement; this can be best heard through a collection track, All Da Way from his presentation album.
Following the passing of his 17-year-old sibling, D’banj masterminded every one of his belonging on his bed after they were brought home and just grabbed his harmonica. I’d play it to recall him.” Later, at college, he understood what his new aptitudes with the instrument could bring him. “I’d go to the female lodging after addresses, and regardless of whether there was no power I could play there.” He learned Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” after Titanic turned out – “and that got me a great deal of young ladies!”
D’banj at that point continued to the Lagos State University to think about Mechanical building yet because of the steady strikes and a few abnormalities in the school he chose to pull back. Plans to proceed with his investigations as a mechanical designer in London were wrecked when he landed in the UK in 2001, and met Don Jazzy who was attempting to make it as a musician and maker. D’Banj began sticking around the studio, bringing home the bacon while functioning as a security protect. “It was OK, since I did evenings,” he says, “so I could tune in to music on my earphones.”
Don Jazzy disclosed to D’Banj he thought he was a star really taking shape, and detecting that the music scene in Nigeria was “blooming”, the match came back to Lagos in 2004. That same year came the single “Tongolo”; the video was paid for by D’Banj’s mom. His first support was with a caffeinated drink called Power Fist.
December 7, 2019
December 7, 2019
December 7, 2019