Growing up in a family that loves music, the young budding talent developed an unflinching love for poetry; a trait he got from his poetic father and listening to gospel music icons like Ron Kenoly, Alvin Slaughter, Don Moen to mention a few. He had always wanted to sound different from everybody which led him into carving his own style called Soul Afro Pop with influences from his dad and elder brother who is a rapper.
The soft-spoken act started writing his own songs when he was in Secondary school at the age of 14 and recorded his first song at the age of 17 titled ‘What You Like’ but never had the chance to promote it due to his educational priorities.
He later enrolled at the prestigious Nigerian Muson School of Music where he studied music and vocal training. He continued his higher education at the North American University Houdegbe, Benin Republic.
After university and during his national service, he competed in a singing competition emerging as the Airtel best Artist during this time which furled his step in the world of music as a professional career.