Spesh, who is the Head of corporate sponsorship for singer Davido’s labels DMW/HKN, has cracked the cause of DJ Olu's death.
The music industry is still dealing with the death of HKN disc jockey, DJ Olu, but someone who appears to have cracked the cause of death is the label's Head of Corporate sponsorship, King Spesh aka Special Ed.
DJ Olu (real name, Olugbemiga Abiodun), and a friend Chime were found lifeless in his car after friends tried to reach them repeatedly with no response.
Spesh, who is the Head of corporate sponsorship for singer Davido’s labels DMW/HKN, said this in a post on Snapchat. He wrote: “No sickness, no complications, plus everything we could possibly want so WTF!!!!! It doesn’t add up sha! #StayWoke I know evil when I see it! The older crowd have a hand in this!!!!”
He also shared a photo of the deceased on Instagram and wrote: “I DISAGREE!!!!!!!!! THEY KNOW I SAY MY MIND!!! ASK THEM WAT THEY DID TO HIM OR WAT THEY USED HIM FOR O!!!! #STAYWOKE!!”
DJ Olu, Born Olu Abiodun to Nigerian successful entrepreneur Dapo Abiodun started off as an underground DJ in 2010 while studying for his “A” levels in England. After djing and headlining numerous parties across the country, It didn’t take long for him to get noticed. In June 2011 he was signed as the official DJ for Davido’s HKN record label.
He has played venues in South Africa, Ivory coast, Ghana, Cotonou, Dubai, Miami, Atlanta and numerous cities in the UK. His mixtapes include some of the hottest artists from the scene. Olu is able to mix different genre of music e.g hip-hop, funky, bashment, afrobeat, oldies to create a unique sound.