OBT: How I want to rule the music industry

One of the fast-rising hip hop sensation that is currently rocking the city of Lagos and its environs, Adigun Samson Adeyinka, also known as Omo Baba Teacher (OBT), is gradually establishing himself as a serious-minded musician, who is ready to give the established acts in the industry a run for their money.

Young and dynamic in the way he sings, OBT wants to make his stay worth the while hence his decision to keep his eyes on the big game. His debut single, Dance, which was produced, mixed and mastered by South African based producer, Dr. Jazz, has taken his budding career to another level.

“My new song is a feel good song that reminds people how important it is, especially in difficult times, to dance and merry. The song is an absolute breath of fresh air and a break from the usual sound clouding the Nigerian airwaves.”

Speaking on what led him into music, OBT said he was raised on a combination of Fuji, Juju, Highlife and Gospel music. At the age of 12, he had started playing the drums and there after he mastered his creativity and has now launched himself in style in the industry. “I feel good at the moment. Things are looking better and the future seems clearer. I am not moved by the competition in the industry because I am an embodiment of talents. I can sing, write and produce songs. I am also a performer. This makes things less difficult for me because I already knwo what I want.”

OBT also talked about musicians who have influenced him over the years, adding that legendary musician, King Sunny Ade, followed by the like of 2face, Brymo amongst other inspired him a lot.

A feel good song that reminds  people how important it is, especially in difficult times  to  dance and be merry.

OBT who has new songs already lined up disclosed that he was already working with top music producers in the country to widen his scope of music and put his career on the road map.