I lace my singing and lyrics with a deep level of vulnerability and angst that can be both uplifting and give off airs of melancholy and longing at the same time. My friends say I make sad bops.
I'm a Nigerian-born singer-songwriter currently based in the United States - I'm studying film, so you better know that storytelling is my thing. I make the kind of music I enjoy - music that has compelling character and narratives. I love to explore love, fear, identity, loss, hope, pain & pleasure. So I can help you with your writing.
I write mostly in English, but also add Nigerian Pidgin, some Yoruba and my native tongue, Igbo, as it serves me and the song in question. So, you want African ad-libs? I'm your person.
What I bring to the table is a great deal of energy, an understanding of when less is more and when more is everything, a falsetto that will make you go from listening with your ears to listening with your heart, and nearly a decade of acapella experience from high school to competitive collegiate acapella–so you best believe that my harmonies are chef's kiss.
I work in film so I'm constantly recreating songs as covers with different moods and emotions for sombre scenes, for trailers and for opening themes. I just really love doing covers. Afrobeats turned Rock. Pop turned afrobeats.
P.S. I'd like to say that I have THE most unique cover of Gambino's Redbone. It's somewhere on Youtube. Type Redbone (Ukairo Folk Cover).
Send me an email through 'Contact' button above and I'll get back to you asap.