OAP Lolo 1 Says 97% Of Nigerian Songs Have No Meaning


On-Air-Personality, OAP,  and Actress, Omotunde Adebowale, popularly known as Lolo 1, has said that songs of new generation artistists when compared with that of Nigerian music legends, like Fela Anikulapo Kuti and Sunny Ade are meaningless

According to her, 97 percent of songs released today do not pass a message and are not children-friendly.

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Speaking to HipTV, she said:

“I am not sure if we are passing any message because if you are looking at the kind of music, what will you say you are buying?

“It is not like everybody talks crap, but 97 percent of it has no meaning. Bangdadadang, what does that mean? It doesn’t have any meaning.

“You know, Wo, it is just play and we are just having fun. It is not like the music of yesteryears where you listen to Ebenezer Obe, Sunny Ade.

“They had depth, even though we have people in this generation that are doing conscious music. Fela was a great advocate. He did a lot of social and impacting music.

“But in this generation, I am not sure.”

Popularly known as Lolo 1, Omotunde Adebowale Davies is a graduate of Lagos State University, Ojo where she studied Law.

She practised the law profession for three years before she left her wig and gown to be an on-air personality, OAP, rocking the airwaves as the Lolo
1 on popular Pidgin English speaking radio station, Wazobia FM.

Lolo’s ‘Igbotic’ intonation on Wazobia FM has made her popular among listeners. She is the anchor of Oga Madam, a show which she hosts alongside some of her colleagues.

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The actress/radio personality is known for starring as ‘Adaku’ in TV series, Jenifa’s Dairy.

The 40-year-old single mother recently said she is willing to remarry as being single is quite tasking.

“When the right man finds me, I will definitely remarry. Being single at my age is very challenging and you never know it until you get there.  When I find someone that understands me completely and that we can put our hands on each other and make it work, I will definitely give it a shot.”