Nigerian music video director Unlimited L.A is a year older today April 2, 2015.
Video director Unlimited L.A turns year older
Video director of Olamide and Don Jazzy's song 'Skelemba' adds another year today.
The cinematographer whose real name is Buari Olalekan Oluwasegun finished from Lagos State University where he earned his degree in Computer Science and Mathematics.
DJ Tee whose real name is Adetokunbo Adefolahan Odubawo is a popular Nigerian disc jokey and videographer. He is the man who taught Unlimited L.A to master his craft sent a birthday shout out to him on Instagram saying "HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my little tiny cousin who has become a man......chai, olalekan a.k.a now has a girlfriend or girlfriends, owns a car, lives alone, takes anything he likes from my place without telling me, shoots music videos, travels around the globe, now on dreads, crack jokes with me, planning to do sparring with me during my workout ......infact he is now a big boy, i rememer how i had to organise chairs and tables during your naming ceremony as a baby (just 7days old then), we partied with the band on stage closing down the street in ilasamaja and after all those years, i had to start taking care of you once mumsy goes to work, i will feed you, pack your poe and clean you up (no pampers then), take you to daycare (now called creche), then i will go to school, after school i will have to pick you up again till mumsy comes back from work........i watched you grow up from the very first day you came to this world and till now you are still growing.........plenty years ahead of you IJN, happy birthday to my baby brother now a bad ass director....keep doing what you know how to do best ..."
L.A shot his first video in 2009. He directed Blackmagic’s Rainbow in 2011 and Repete the following year. His big break came this year when he shot Sean Tizzle’s 'Sho Lee'.
The dread haired director has also shot top notch videos for Olamide, Skales, Endia, Pasuma and the Mavin crew such as Looku Looku and Di'ja's Awww.
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