Nigeria: BBNaija - Key Points About Laycon

28 September 2020

After 10 weeks inside the lockdown house, Laycon emerged the winner of the season 5 reality TV show.

Laycon is the 5th winner of the reality TV show. Winners of the previous shows include: Katung Aduwakwey, who won the first edition in 2016, Efe Ejeba (2017), Miracle Ikechukwu (2018) and Mercy Eke (2019).

Below are some key points to know about 'Lay Lay Lay of' Laycon!

Born Olamilekan Moshood Agbeleshe on November 8, 1993, Laycon as called by his fans is a Nigerian reality TV personality, rapper, singer and songwriter.

The BBNaija season 5 winner is a native of Bajuwen, Odeda, Ogun State, who was born and raised in Lagos.

The 26-year-old studied Philosophy and graduated with a second class upper degree from the University of Lagos, UNILAG.

Music career

Laycon started his career interning as the personal assistant to the CEO and MD of Latjum Global Nigeria Limited when he was still an undergraduate in University of Lagos.

He moved to Bestman Games, Ikoyi, Lagos where he worked as a sales and business development personnel after graduating from the university.

He began rapping and writing songs at a tender age.

He was among the ten artistes that performed at the 2014 Coke Studio University of Lagos event.

Laycon was also a top ten finalists of the 2017 MTV Base LSB challenge.

He signed into Fierce Nation record label in 2019. On 21 February 2019, Laycon released a track titled "Fierce" with Chinko Ekun and Reminisce from his second EP Who Is Laycon?

The rapper said one of his biggest achievements is his song 'Fierce' which is on MTV BASE Top ten charts for six months.

In 2020, he released a new single dubbed "Senseless".

During the lockdown edition show, Laycon said he's a complicated and open minded guy.

He also said he's open and likes discussing sexual issues.

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