333riller targets 5 years to take over Nigerian music scene

An upcoming musician, Lawal Temitope, popularly called 333riller has given himself a five-year target to become the dazzling star in the Nigerian music industry.

The Ibadan-based recording artiste’s talent has not gone unnoticed with many of his fans already tipping him for certain musical awards.

He ventured into music at a young age as a member of his church choir and as an avid listener of gospel music, especially by Ayefele whose songs he can sing with near proficiency.

He further listened to D’banj and not before long, began remixing his “No Long thing Album” and later, began to write his own songs by creatively re-flavouring popular songs.

The Kogi state-born Ibadan-based singer was born on the February 3, 1993.

He began his elementary education at Josabig Intensive nursery and primary, Ibadan, before its completion at Oxford model college, Ogun state.

He had his secondary education at Oganmode grammar school and Fas Comprehensive College respectively.

He bagged a B.sc in Mass Communication from Wolex Polytechnic and has also been doing music professionally ever since acquiring his certificate.

When asked by a Radio presenter regarding the stiff competition in the music industry and how he intends to fare, he said he was making effort to stay relevant seeing the sky is wide enough for every bird to spread and wriggle their wings.

He therefore believes that with the blessing of God upon his hustle, 333riller will become a household name in the music industry hopefully in the next five years.

He confidently concluded that 333riller has come to stay and should be watched out for.

The young musician is optimistic that he will become a household name among the elite musicians in Nigeria. With his new project “LEKKI GIRLS” doing well on the mainstream media.