Vanguard (Lagos)

Nigeria: Actress Aofiyebi's Son, Mojo Returns With Welcome

Son of a Popular M — Net series, Tinsel actress, Funmilola Aofiyebi, Mojola, a.k.a, Mojo, is poised to take the Nigerian music scene by storm again as he concludes plans to drop a mind- blowing single, Welcome.

The Law student from International Baccaloriete, UK, says he initially didn't want to release the single before now, but for the fact that it got leaked on the internet and since then, has been enjoying a massive airplay.

However, following the feedback he has gotten so far from his fans, Mojo has decided to officially release the audio this month. He promised to release the video in January next year.

According to him, Welcome is a song written to introduce Nigerians into his new style of music.

Produced by Femi Nuga, same producer of his debut video single, Spendit, the single, Welcome, promises to be a hit.

Narrating the story of his journey into music, Mojo said he left his study to pursue a career in music as a result of the numerous invitations he got to perform at shows.

Since his return to the country, he has performed at several crowd-pulling shows including, the Eko Football Festival and Beat FM's Oriental show. He has also performed alongside the likes of D'banj, Davido and Iyanya at TBS.

His next stage performance will be at the forthcoming one of Nigeria's hottest show, Rhythm Unplugged.

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