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(1) What’s your Name?

My name is Oluwaseun Ojediran and my stage name is OJAY

(2) For those hearing of you for the first time, how would you describe yourself as an artist?

I am a performer, a song writer and a singer who is passionate and professional about music.

(3) How long have you been involved in making Music?

Professionally 2011

(4) How did you get into Music? And what inspired you to take music seriously?

Naturally music comes to me. I discovered as a young boy I loved getting involved in anything that has to do with music. What inspired me to take music seriously is that I feel happy and find fulfillment when singing.

(5) Where do you get Inspiration for your Music?

Anything inspires me. It’s all depending on the scenario

(6) Are you signed to a record label?  

For now no.

(7) What is life like as an UpComing Artist? Ha! Life as an

For me it’s a learning process. I thank God for how far He has brought me. I am still paying my dues but I believe I will get their soon.

(8) Have you done an album yet? If no, have you got any project you’re working on at the moment?

No. I am working on another single that will be out soon

(9) What is it about you that sets you apart from other artists?

My lyric. People focus more on beat and sound and neglect the lyric. I want to have a good and matured lyric plus a good sound

(10) What has been the highlight of your career so far?

I performed my song at a one of the prominent schools in kwara state Ilorin precisely with to a large audience and it was wow.

(11) If you had to work with one person in the industry, who would it be and why?

That will be Banky W. I respect and admire him a lot. He is so unique and knows this game.

(12) Besides music, what other activities do you participate in?

Am an actor and like I said earlier am a song writer.

(13) Name 3 songs that we would expect to find on your iPod or Music Player

Yes/No by Banky W, Eleda Mi by Olamide and Aye by Davido

(14) What are your biggest challenges?

Finance has been my challenge so far. Though with the little that I have I am doing something for myself.

(15) Where do you see yourself five years from now?

I see myself at the top of my music career. The first born of entertainment industry.

(16) What is your opinion of the current state of Nigerian music?

We are growing which is better. Foreign recognition coming in but I still feel a lot is needed to be done in terms of lyrics. Some of the lyrics are shallow and vulgar

(17) Any plans to expand across Africa and the world?

Definitely. Global impact is my plan

(18) What is the greatest thing about working in the music industry? And what would you change if you had the opportunity?

Getting to meet new people every day from all backgrounds, nationalities creating music that people connect to and of cause the fans connecting to them all. If he could change things around would be making music heads to be more welcoming to new acts no matter your origin or nationality. we all africans.

(19) Throughout your career so far, what’s the best advice that someone has given you? And what advice would you give to fellow UpComing artists?  

Don’t sound like other person. Be yourself. And I will say the same thing for upcoming artistes as well and I will hard two things work hard and pray

(20) What do you think about what the “Alaba Hits” company is doing for all the upcoming artists, promoting their music?

It’s massive and you people are doing a great job. God bless Alaba Hits please keep doing this great job.

(21) And last but not least, where can your fans get your music?

And last but not least, where can your fans get your music? They can get my music on




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