Bolaji Odojukan, well known by his stage name Boj, is a Nigerian singer widely considered a pioneer of the Altè movement in the Nigerian music industry today.
He is a well-known Nigerian music producer, performer, and composer who regards music as an art form and values individuality.
Boj rose to notoriety as a member of the band DRB, which he met while studying at Worcestershire College. His music, which ranged from Lagbaja and Fela to Lauryn Hill, Wyclef, and Bob Marley, was influenced by his mother’s choices.
Boj, who is noted for his unique style, appearance, and voice, is attempting to bridge the gap between cool kids and average listeners. Boj has never compromised his art in the name of Afro-pop fame.
Boj’s maturity and spirit have been compared to Lagbaja and 2face, and it’s a rare commodity in today’s atmosphere.
The DRB singer is taking his time to become a household figure in Nigerian music and a symbol of a misunderstood age.