Having been in the music industry for over 15years, Olatunji Sunday Timothy a Nigerian, based in Texas in faraway America is doing very well in Juju Gospel music.
Ogo Texas, as he is fondly, called is son of a pastor, whose talent in music began very early in life.
He said, ”I started music in church, then I was very young and in no time, the talent embedded in me coupled with great passion I have in music made me grew rapidly.”
In his sojourn, Omo Ologo is making waves in America as he is well known in churches and other happening centres.
According to him, “Juju highlife gospel is what I play; with these combinations, my music has become a toast in town. My dad is a pastor and right in his church, I started music as member of the choir.”
Ogo Texas, a new name he bears, is popular amongst socialites in America. He said playing his music in America has been awesome because people around enjoy his lyrics and this has really brought with it so many opportunities, making his sojourn in the US worthwhile.
Reacting on his maiden album, he said; “I believe in doing something great that will traverse the whole world and I’m sure God would make it happen soon.”
Who does he take as his role model, the ace singer picks King Sunny Ade who he affirms is a legend whose music will forever live even after him and remain a source of inspiration to many generations to come.
“KSA the legend inspires me a lot and I adore the rare gift of talent God has blessed him with.”
Taking up music professionally, he said; “I came to Lagos in 2001. Since then, I have been in music. In a couple of months, I shall release something awesome to the public and people will have good testimony about it.
What makes my kind of music different is that, I sing gospel in any style and this has made people to give me different names; some call me ‘Omo Ologo Tuntun and others call me Ogo Texas.”