RISING rapper, Toluwanimi Oladeji popularly known as T-Blaze, has vowed to redefine the face of music even as he debuted with MEP, an acronym for Most Envied Person.
T-Blaze, a 17- year- old lad who majors in freestyle, had emerged the best in a five-week staggered reality show organised by a radio station, Rave FM in Osogbo, Osun State.
The show anchored by Romeo Benjul was tagged ‘Save The Mic’ (STEM), earned the debutant a free-recording deal produced by Rotimi Adubi, an effort already enjoying massive airplays on Rave FM and other stations alike.
T Blaze said his ambition was to further see to the growth of music in the country and the world, with a view to making positive impact.
“With God on my side, I will work very hard to make sure I redefine the face of music generally. To me, music comes naturally. I’ve written many songs and I know that it is just a question of time for me to be known everywhere,” he said.
While paying glowing tribute to those before him in the industry, the singer said they had been sources of inspiration to him.