DJ Spinall, Ajebutter22, Dabota Lawson are a year older today

DJ Spinall is the first African DJ to perform at the SXSW Festival in the United States.

DJ Spinall

Popularly known as DJ SPINALL a.k.a TheCAP, Spinall is the first Nigerian DJ to be endorsed by any brand in Africa and the first African DJ to tour in the United States

He is also the first African DJ to perform at the SXSWFestival in the United States of America.

The acclaimed DJ who studied Electrical Engineering in the University plays all kinds of genre of music, his style of play has been tagged by many as ‘fearless’.

Ajebutter 22, real name Kitoye Balogun, is an Afropop artist who broke out in 2012 with his hit songs, 'Serenre' and 'Omo Pastor'. He is also part of the group Soyinka’s Afro with his sister Teymi B.

Dabota Lawson was Miss Nigeria UK 2009/2010 and a recognizable face in the Nigerian society.

With lots of experience in high fashion, runway/catwalk, editorial, illustrative, modeling competitions and pageants, Dabota is a beauty entrepreneur.

From RiversState, Dabota Lawson was born June 2 to a family of 10, grew up in Nigeria but had her college and university education in the UK with a BA in financial Economics from the University of Leicester and a CIMA Accounting and Business from the London School of Business and Finance.

In 2010, Dabota along with three of her friends, Adenike Margaret Balogun, Karen Eloke Young and Ibiere Amaso launched their PR, marketing and events management company Diamond Inc.


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