Listen to “Sukun Ife” & “Baby Mi Jowo” by DTone Martins

Talk about people that stand out in their style of music, one name that will quickly come to mind is DTone Martins. His unique style of music spontaneously put his audience in a relaxed mood. People have described him as the male “Asa” of our time.  He’s got the voice, added to wonderful and very meaningful lyrics that paint a perfect picture.  DTone is loved by his fans and is arguably one of the most developed talents of Nigerian extraction singing meaningful lyrics. He belongs to the breed of artistes that skillfully lace music with traditional folk colouration, well-versed lyrics and seductive melody. As a result of his outstanding performances, he has earned his position in the heart of his fans.


In an interview, when asked about the song he liked so much that he wished he sang, he answers “I wish I wrote Owuro L’ojo by Beautiful Nubia, and Kiss from the Rose by Seal.” Speaking on what makes him different from other musicians, he says “My talent, passion and intellect enthrone me as a worthy and prospective ambassador of Nigerian arts and culture. My work tenets are also hinged on values rooted in professionalism, excellence, integrity and hard work.” One of DTone’s highest aspirations is to receive the Grammy.


DTone Martins is a soul and high life singer, born in the 80’s. His birth name is Dolapo Martins. He’s from Lagos state. He’s of Christian faith and the first child from a family of 2kids.  He got some of his early influences from his dad, who played music. Other influences include Ebenezer Obey, King Sunny Ade, and the likes. Dtone Martin’s sings most time in his local language with a western feel to it. DTone Martin’s believes music is a universal language and his music could be heard and appreciated in any part of the world…

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