Nigerian Music Is Growing, Not Developing – Olu Maintain

Channels Television  
Updated January 28, 2013

Yahooze crooner Olumide Adegbolu popularly known as Olu Maintain has said that Nigerian musicians has a lot of growth and little development insisting that growth without development is like building a house with a pack of cards.

Mr Adegbolu, who was a guest on Channels Television’s Saturday breakfast programme, Sunrise, said  he rose to fame  in 1989 when he was in school by developing his talent of mimicking people especially his teachers, he added that he got the name “Maintain Boys” by maintaining a particular trouser and shirt from Monday to Friday, himself and his cousin Tolu.

The 36 year old singer is currently working on a single with  Oliva (the former first lady of G-Unit) titled Hypnotize

Olu Maintain has released hot singles such as Yahooze, Nawti amongst others.

See the full interview in the video below: