Music star singer, Ojo Daniel Olaborode who is popularly known as Danny S has released a new single titled Japaa.
The song was released on Monday 3rd July. Since then, it has been trending online. The song was produced by Booster, one of the fast-rising music producers of our time.
It would be recalled that he recently shot Ege video at Ifako/Ijaye mini stadium, Agege and Fagba Railway Crossing, Lagos Sunday 3rd June 2018, which was directed by the multiple awards winning cinematographer, Lekan Buhari.
“The song, Ege illustrates how a footballer fights assiduously to dribble his opponent in order to succeed. This is the adaptation of the song. As an artiste, you need to fight hard in order to succeed and gain popularity. My mentor, Olamide fought hard. Nobody reckons with him until he gets to the top. I am targeting his profile as my role model. In fact, he thought me all the principles I am using today as far as music industry is concerned. When I started music, not many people believe in me, but I proved myself that I can reach the top through my song. I thank God for the leverage. And for my fans who believe in my talents, I will not let you down. This is the kick-off point. There are lots of things to achieve”, Ege master said.
Danny S was born in Lagos State Nigeria on November 11th 1995 but hails from Ekiti State. He grew up at Iju Ishaga.
His interest in music was established at tender age when he was in a music group with his friends. Music has always been a prominent part of his life, revealing his love for music, Danny S said that he recorded his maiden in 2013. Since then, the burning passion has been on.
“My love for music has been on for some years back while at a tender age. But I recorded my first track, Shengbenne in the year 2013. I can remember I have had a very deep passion for music. A passion that was accompanied by a burning ambition to succeed, and even that ambition was enough to make any sacrifice that was necessary to ensure I would always perform at my best. After building a career in the music industry, albeit at grassroots level, it is now time for me to progress and take the next step on the ladder”, he said.