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T Dollar Speaks On How The Song Rise Blew From Snapchat

Hit song maker T Dollar with real names Olabinjo Ayotunde Oluwatobiloba was born into the family of Olabinjo in the year 2004 April at Ogijo, Ogun state, where early life started with him attending Community high school, Ogijo Ogun State.

He started music as a rapper back then in junior secondary school with his friends, he made lots of memories and had dreams. But he was scared if the chance for big stardom and attention would come, but we had faith in the little we could do for ourselves.

“Besides, my dad was a supporting factor who became my first manager, sorting out chances for me to showcase what I had to show the world at shows and gatherings” he added.

I am happy the Nigerian music industry has begun to accept that small boy called T Dollar. But if they still doubt what I have to offer, I might give them a reason to put more dollars on me with my explosive body of work coming as an EP.

I got signed to D6R Ent Last 2 years. One faithful day i was with my friends in an apartment and i vibed to the song “Rise” while my friend made the video and posted on Snapchat and I started getting screenshots from people telling me my song is getting attentions from their Cl so I posted it on Tiktok and Instagram and boom! everybody started going crazy.

That was how the management of D6R entertainment changed a prospective football star to a music hit maker and stand as a voice of the regular hustling youth in the society we found ourselves called Nigeria.

When asked what he feels about the entertainment industry he said the only thing he has to say is how hate has hindered afrobeats from getting the recognition it needs to rule the world.

“I don’t really have anything to say about the industry, we should just learn to stop creating hate for the ones coming up, or feel too big to be free with them. God is for everybody, we can’t be fighting the battle of making the white accept us greatly and still fight ourselves, a sale for afrobeat is a chance for my music to get there, the battle should be a collective effort not in division” said TDollar.

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