Olukolade Olalouwa is a new artiste with a vision; passion for music is what keeps him dreaming of achieving his ultimate goal in music soon. Read on.
1. Can you introduce yourself to those who’re not acquainted with you?
Olukolade Olalouwa: Of course yes. because; i meet people everyday.
2. You’re hoping to be a full-time singer someday, what inspires your song-writing process and who inspires you?
Olukolade Olalouwa: My songwriting process was inspired by GoD and, My Mother because she is a very good singer.
3. What are the challenges you’re currently facing in music?
Olukolade Olalouwa: Am currently facing financial problems in my musical project.
4. How do you mix your faith and profession to strike balance?
Olukolade Olalouwa: I strongly believe that GoD who gave me this talent; will surely take me places because; ‘it’s been written’.
5. What’s your genre?
Olukolade Olalouwa: Rap and R’nB. (hip-hop)
6. Why that genre?
Olukolade Olalouwa: Because to me; ‘it came naturally’
7. What do you like to do for leisure?
Olukolade Olalouwa: I Love placing the game of chess.
8. How do you impact people positively with your songs?
Olukolade Olalouwa: I tend to do songs that speaks about thhe realities of life in general.
9. You’re stuck on an Island, what are the 3 things you would bring along with you?
Olukolade Olalouwa: food, water and, mobile phone fully carged.
10. What can’t you live without?
Olukolade Olalouwa: I can’t live without my ‘pen and paper.
11. In terms of your job, what are the three words you live by?
Olukolade Olalouwa: Focus, hardwork and, dedication.
12. Any really awkward moment you’ve had that you’d like to share with us?
Olukolade Olalouwa: That was the day i got ‘stranded’ at Mile 2 bus stop; withoUt no more money in my pockets. And i am heading to LASU/ Iba area (Ojo).
13. What are you currently listening to?
Olukolade Olalouwa: Am currently listening to ‘hip-hop’ songs.
14. What’s one of the most important lessons you’ve learned now that you didn’t learn in your early life?
Olukolade Olalouwa: ..but now, i have learnt to be ‘humble and proud of myself’
15. What legacy would you like to leave behind?
Olukolade Olalouwa: I would love to be remembered for affecting the lives of our youths; positively.
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