ADEWALE “SEASON” BALOGUN -THE RISING STAR

ADEWALE “SEASON” BALOGUN -THE RISING STAR

Adewale Balogun, is the rising star spotted by Braamfontein Alive. The young star hails from Lekki in Lagos State, Nigeria and he is ready to change the game of Afro/Hip-hop music.

The son of a former Afro juju musician is very determined to make it even far away from home and you will definitely love his style of music.

The star who is commonly known as Season on stage has come a long way from his early days as a musical instrumentalist at his family church. He joined an after-school group of Afro/Hip-hop session until he found his way into stage performances at Lagos State Polytechnic to recording his latest hot tracks. No doubts, Season is gradually becoming a big deal in the music arena.

Season who performed recently in an open mic night in Braamfontein, Johannesburg rocked the show with his interactive way of singing, dancing and relating to his audience while passing across his message with his power-charged lyrics.

Dance, Esalobade and Get Up are his latest songs that can be listened to online at Sound Cloud by clicking this link: https://soundcloud.com/user-533108014-634471784

 

DANCE

ESALOBADE

GET UP

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