Ojazzy, flutist behind Ojapiano sound receives new car from KCee (Video)

Nigerian singer, Kingsley Chinweike Okonkwo professionally known as KCee, has bought a car for popular flutist, Ojazzy Igbonile.

Kcee and his brother E-Money gifted the young man a Toyota Corolla to celebrate the success of their hit single, Ojapiano.

Kcee gift car Ojazzy

Ojazzy is featured on the track, and it is his flute that was used to create the viral sound that made the song a chart-topping tune.

In a video which has gone viral, Kcee presented the red coloured car to the flutist who is now signed to Five Star Music, and he expressed gratitude.

Ojazzy new car

Ojazzy quickly hopped into the driver’s seat to enjoy the feeling of having his own car. Kcee congratulated him and got the flutist to play the Ojapiano tune.

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Promising Nigerian artiste, Godsgift Afele professionally known as Giftty, has expressed gratitude to budding artistes, Mr Eazi, Reekado Banks and Yung L for working with him years ago.

He recalled working with them in 2017 and noted that their decision to collaborate with him gave his the name he needed in the music industry.

Giftty listed the gains of working with Mr Eazi and other musicians during an interview with Saturday Beats.

He said; “Getting the chance to work with Mr Eazi when I did in 2017 was a big deal for me, my family and the people in my vicinity. Also, working with Reekado Banks, Yung L and others was mind-blowing.

“I’m really grateful I was able to have some of these great artistes collaborate with me earlier. This gave me a name and equity in the industry. It makes my story so beautiful and more interesting.”

Giftty further traced the origin of his musical journey back to his home as he grew up in a family with four talented sisters, each possessing unique abilities.

“I have four sisters and we are talented in our own different ways. In fact, I was in the choir with one of my sisters while growing up and she was, and is still an amazing vocalist.

“They were a strong influence on my early decision to make music. We would score songs together. This made me connect with artistes through their music. All these led me to make my own music,” he said.