Tolani Fatilewa is a young energetic man from Osun State who was born in Ibadan and have lived most of his life in Abuja. The graduate of Economics from Babcock University, graduated in June, 2015. He is an inspirational cum traditional rap act.
He likes to have fun, meet new people, record and perform his music. And when he’s not in music mode, he hangs out with friends playing video games or doing something else.
He told Interval Midweek Magazine he did not choose music, but rather music chose him. “Music kind of chose me I think, because growing up it was music all around me. From my dad listening to Boney M to my brother listening to the rap albums of 50 Cent and all that, there was always music playing. I love sound, I love to dance, it is one of the things that excites me really. My biggest inspirations in the music industry are Fela, King Sunny Ade and 2face Idibia because of their simplicity and quality of their music,” he said.
Fatilewa describes his type of music as “Trap Fro’ which is a mixture of the urban trap music and Nigerian afro music. He has just released a single. He talked about the single and his other plans. “I do a genre of music I like to describe as ‘Trap-Fro’, it is a mixture of the urban trap music and our African afro music which my producer; Milla and I have created over time. The world, which is the single I have out now is an inspirational song that speaks directly to troubles we face in life and a prayer to God that we rise above all and become kings in our own rights. It’s a song that has a message and gets you moving at the same time …Read More