BOJ has always walked a straight path in his music journey, with singles like Omo Pastor marking the inception of a special sound that has now been cloned by many. In his class, he stands out as one who against all odds, carried his non conformist sound from a time when it was only appreciated by a select few to one that breeds fan love, acceptance and praise as one of the forbears of the Alte generation. Coming off a 24 month time span that has seen him drop two releases, he sets the tone for a new chapter with Awolowo featuring Kwesi Arthur, Darko Vibes and Joey B, reminding us of his place as an original.

On the GMK produced Awolowo, BOJ’s suave husky vocals come out to play on a plane of synthesized keys and rhythmic drums cushioned by Kwesi Arthur, Joey B and Darko Vibes’inputs that project a next level lifestyle and young adult fantasies.

Despite the difference in each of their specialities, BOJ, Darko Vibes, Kwesi Arthur and Joey B team up to almost perfectly deliver solid ‘party and chill’ vibes, one that comes as no surprise seeing as the four of them are unique in each of their domains.