He’s young, fresh, energetic, spontaneous, versatile and has what it takes to succeed in the Nigerian Music Industry. His names are Akindele Adeshina Ridwan stage name ‘Jazril’; an Ibadan boy who’s always repping his root through his very high dexterity and use of word plays. Jazril started music early in life going in and out of studio pruning his musical prowess. He went further to build his muscles through participation in competitions, some of which are Sprite Triple Slam and Peak Talent Show. Jazril who loves to play football, break dance and rap draws his inspiration from staying in his hood especially the Ibadan caucus observing as things happen in the environment. He’s a hardcore indigenous rapper with strong Yoruba flavour. He dropped his first official single ‘mujojo’ late 2015 and it got some airplays on radio and in club houses. Having gone to the studio again and cooked up something nice and pleasing to the ear with the help of Producer BoldFace, Jazril just dropped another hit track titled ‘Owo ni koko’ meaning ‘money is the real deal’. If you’re a lover of good music, you’ll definitely love this as it promises to be the next big deal in the Nigerian music industry. Owo ni koko is inspired to inspire young people to continually strive legitimately in their pursuit of money and success because ‘money answers all things’. Follow Jazril on IG @jazril01.