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Lara George was born in Lagos, Nigeria as the fourth of five children to Mr. and Mrs. Oluwole Bajomo. She began her musical journey in her alma mater school choir- Queens’ College Yaba Lagos- where she was first given the opportunity to take a lead role in a song. Years later, Lara has transformed into the professional whose inspirational style of delivery has helped define the new sound and direction of Nigerian music. While studying Architecture at the University of Lagos Akoka,
Lara joined the fellowship music team on campus, where she met Ty, Emem, and Dapo. The bond tightened, and further yielded the group KUSH. The influence of western and homeland tunes in their upbeat sound overwhelmed the populace, grew their fan base, and earned them huge accolades and achievements. The group, however, eventually split up. In spite of all the challenges encountered in the music industry and after a 2-yr break from the scene. Lara re-launched her music career with a solo debut Album titled ‘Forever In My heart’ with Hit Single “Ijoba Orun’. The much-celebrated album earned Lara several nominations and awards such as ‘Voice of the Year 2008’ Nigeria Music Awards, as well as ‘Song of the Year’ and ‘Female Artiste of the Year’, Nigeria Gospel Music Awards 2009 . As a singer, Lara’s music inspires all who listen to it. Her soulful music has inspired and changed a great number of lives. Also, as a songwriter, she draws from all her experiences in life and the challenges she has encountered and conquered—- “I could wakeup in the middle of the night with a tune in my head, and not until I have expressed my thoughts with the tune will I return to sleep. At present, Lara George is about to release her sophomore album. The 14 track self titled album is an expression of her versatility. The style is more urban or ethnic contemporary as Lara likes to call it, and yet has elements of hip-hop, salsa and soul. There are two featured artistes in collaboration with her on this album: Lord of Ajasa in ‘Run with You’ and Midnight Crew’s Pat Uwaje King in ‘Halleluyah’. ‘Ko le baje’ – also a hit single from the new album – is currently enjoying massive airplay on all radio stations. Lara George is happily married to Gbenga George who is a legal practitioner and a music entrepreneur, and they both have a son – Adeoba Alexander George.
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