The two awesome singers opined that love should be taken beyond the lovers’ present best and stage.
“Love me Better” is a song that guides everyone’s love life and suggests a romantic method of taking love stories to the next stage of love.
Listen and Enjoy:
Love me Better
His Early Years
Olugbemiro Tokunbo Olaolu Akigbogun was born in the year 1984 in East Dulwich, South London, England. Two years later his family moved back to Nigeria, bringing Gbemiro back to his motherland, little dreaming that his destiny awaited him.
He began his educational journey at Community Primary School, Mile 2, Lagos and went on to Mayflower Secondary School Ikenne, Ogun State. His mother and his older sister, Opeyemi, raised him. At about the age of 11, he discovered the world of music.
This was due to his sister’s innovative method of baby-sitting. Being involved in a choir, she would come home after each rehearsal and teach him the songs she had learnt while she was looking after him when his mother was away at work. It was then discovered that he had a natural flair for music. Encouraged by a few friends he joined a few groups, including Pairs of Gloves and 4 Generation, performing in different churches and events.
The guitar is a very essential part of Gbemiro’s life and his interest in that particular instrument began in the year 2003. He heard a man playing the guitar and was intrigued enough to talk to him about learning to play the instrument. The man, John Akanbi, informed him that he would have to get his own guitar before he could begin any form of training. At the time, the cheapest guitar was going for at least N 5,000 and so he began saving up to buy a guitar. It was so important to him that he get his guitar that he stopped eating and became rather sickly. Samuel Ekpeyong, a friend of his, noticing this change and realising its cause, decided to give Gbemiro his own guitar. When he went back to John for lessons, he was met with another wall to crush; the tuition fees proposed by the man was really expensive. Frustrated but determined, Gbemiro chose a path that was to lead him to greatness, the path only truly great people tread. He decided to teach himself to play the guitar. So, by watching people, surfing the web and trying to get his hands on every material on guitars that he could find, he, unbeknownst to him, begun the slow and laborious transformation from Gbemiro to GT.
Guitars and Storms
GT is recognisable because of his flawless falsetto and enviable guitar skills and while under Storm records he carved a niche for himself delivering amazing performances and releasing outstanding singles. His singles include, the ever-popular “Dreams”, “Truly” and “I don’t wanna” featuring Naeto C.
He immediately gathered a huge fan base and set out toward settling in his fans hearts by the electrifying performances he delivered at the: MNET’s Face of Africa; Glo’s g-bam show; Samsung’s Valentine’s day Concert & AIT Valentine’s Day concert; Asa: Live in Lagos; MTN Motivational Seminar with Les Brown; Calabar Festival and Easter Ball; Nokia’s First Chance; Rhythm Unplugged; Silverbird: Man of the Year Award and the Big Brother Africa Eviction Party to name a few. At each of these events, his connection to his audience was instantaneous and lasting. He always leaves his audience begging for more.
You can book him here: https://stagerave.com.ng/booking-enquiries/