Wilson Obanla

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If there is one thing Nigeria is very proud of as a nation, it would definitely be the abundance of good talents. Musically, there are more stars in the making than the already made ones. It was no surprise when Adegoke Raymond Afix, who is better known as Raymond Fix, released his new single, Oyibobo and it became a club banger with good airplay on both local and international radio stations. His sweet blend of hip hop and R&B is exceptional. Barely a week after the song produced by Flip Tyce hit the airwaves, it has emerged one of the most downloaded new songs. Pundits have tipped 'Oyibobo' as a chart topper, describing it as one of the few new generation songs with the potentials of making prompt impact on the terrestrial stage. Raymond Fix, who recently returned from a musical tour of the United States of America (USA), has set his priority to make a unique global statement with the song. Raymond Fix will soon travel to South Africa to shoot the music video 'Oyibobo'. He is armed with a first degree in Computer Science from the University of Abuja. He grew up listening to the likes of King Sunny Ade, Dele Taiwo, Tu Pac Shakur, Plantashun Boiz, Remedies, Craig David, Joe and R. Kelly. Raymond Fix started singing and dancing at parties and later formed a now defunct musical group called Desert Homies in 2003. He met the likes of Soul E and Sunky of Styl Plus who produced and recorded his first single as a solo artiste while in UniAbuja. In 2011, Raymond Fix moved back to Lagos where he met his now manager Ayo Banks who saw the talent in him, and landed him a deal with So So Good Music Label, and ever since, he has worked with one of the biggest producers in the industry.


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