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Meet Nigeria Young Artist Oxlade, See His Biography, Age And Net Worth

Ikuforiji Olatan Abdulrahman known professionally as Oxlade is a talented musician and one of the best performing young acts in Nigeria. He was born on 22nd April 1997 in Lagos State, Nigeria. He once studied History and International Relations at Lagos State University(LASU). His father wasn't supportive of his actions and stopped being responsible for his expenses and he also lost his mum at an early age and had to live with his Grandma. He got a job opportunity in a Cybercafe where he raised money to earn a living.

He continued in his choice of music up to Secondary School and up to when he got his admission into Lagos State University (LASU). He drops out of school didn't go too well with his parent who stopped fairing for him. He almost gave up in music until Blaqbonez heard his single " Sour " and planned collaboration with him.

Oxlade is currently signed into Knostra Music, Substrate Music and The Play Entertainment was once a singer in church. He was singing in church at the age of 10 and was good enough to become the junior choir leader. He received criticism from his maternal uncle who didn't appreciate the fact that the stopped singing to church.

He earned a spot in the hall of fame when he featured in Blaqbonez's Mamiwoya. He releases his first Ep album titled " Oxygene " comprising of 6 tracks. He has collaborated with Reekado Banks, Melvitto, DJ Tunez, and Jinmi Abduls and even International artists such as Skengdo, Sneakbo, and Am, in a track titled " Brixton Bal." He performed In Davido's concert in 2018 at the Ozarena

Oxlade is currently 23-years-old and has a net worth estimated between $50,000- $100,000.

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Blaqbonez Ikuforiji Olatan Abdulrahman LASU Lagos State University Nigeria


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