sets to storm the Nigeria music scene

Fast rising Delta born Afropop sensation and Rice and beans crooner; Kizito, (Kizito-Martins Ovie Efeotor) A.K.A Ogakizito, was hosted yesterday at popular award winning and Delta’s no.1 pidgin radio station, Kpoko 100.5 fm.

During the interview, Kizito revealed personal details about his family and educational background, stating he is the first of his parents five children, studied in Delta steel primary school four (Dsc) and Holy matyrs of Uganda minor seminary, Effurun, before studying civil engineering at the Accra institute of tecnology,Accra,Ghana.

Being a lover of the arts culture, studying civil engineering has not stopped him from exploring his passions. Having written four books (stories not told, trapped, enchanted and A lone) and so many poems which had won him accolades and also earned him a pioneer membership in the fast growing Poetic Academy (PA), he started writing songs after being contacted by different artistes and when some of his written songs which he felt were very good were rejected, he decided to sing his own songs and since then has not looked back… from Rice and beans (freestyle) which he released in August 2017, Kizito has kept the fire burning giving his growing fanbase more quality songs to cheer about with the releases of Dance featuring Jaddo and Mryzbanks (two of Warri’s finest rappers) and Isoko girls featuring Mryzbankz, a song reminding his fans he has not forgotten his maternal Isoko roots.

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The Topnaija music awards 2017 artiste with potentials category nominee, admitted being greatly influenced by the legendary Asa, wizkid, burnaboy and L.A.X and went on to announce the release of his video for Rice and beans, D boi featuring frankiefree this december and 69 96 featuring Twest and Lordx, Another guy featuring Verse and Jorwor, for next year. Surely 2018 will be a bang bang from the #ClearRoad team

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*Kizito & Lord X in Kpoko FM*


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