You ready for him?
He’s young, fresh, energetic, versatile and has
a very
strong willpower to succeed. His names are
Akindele Adeshina Ridwan stage name ‘Jazril’;
an Ibadan
boy but born and had his childhood in the
ancient city of Port Harcourt in Rivers State. In
an
attempt to bring back this lost Ibadan boy to
his root,
he was relocated to Ibadan at the age of ten
(10) where
he completed his secondary education, learnt
the Yoruba language and found passion for
music
(rapping in his mother tongue) before he
eventually
relocated to Lagos.
Jazril is the second (2nd) child of four (4) kids
and has
been involved in music (skeletal) since 2002 –
going in and out of studio pruning his musical
prowess.
He went further building muscles though
participation in competitions, some of which
are Sprite
Triple Slam and Peak Talent Show. Jazril who
loves to play football, break dancing and
rapping draws
his inspiration from staying in his hood
especially the Ibadan caucus observing as
things happen
in the environment. He’s a hardcore
indigenous
rapper with strong Yoruba flavour and
presently signed
to Femi Edwards’ record label – Mayphem
Records as her very first artiste.
T
he single ‘mujojo’ which means dance is a club
banging
dance track that will propel it’s listeners to
get to
the dance floor and dance away their sorrow.
The song
came as an answer to a request from Jazril’s
friends to sing for them in order to kill their
boredom;
from just free styling for some few friends and
now in the air waves for everyone to enjoy.
Mujojo was
produced by Bamstey of 2Bam Studio.

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You ready for him? He’s young, fresh, energetic, versatile and has a very strong willpower to succeed. His names are Akindele Adeshina Ridwan stage name ‘Jazril'; an Ibadan boy but born and had his childhood in the ancient city of Port Harcourt in Rivers State. In an attempt to bring back this lost Ibadan boy to his root, he was...