• Wins big @ CityPeople Music Awards
It was fun and excitement last weekend at the maiden edition of CityPeople Music Award held at 10 Degrees Event Centre, Billings Way, Oregun, Lagos, when Masterpiece Entertainment act, Myro (Ozah Oghenemairo ) clinched two awards out of the three categories he was nominated for. The artiste won in the category for Best New Act of the Year and Most Enterprising Act of the Year.
And after dropping five hit singles, Myro, has unleashed yet another hit track entitled Sugar, produced by PrincetonBeatz.
Said a statement from his management: “This is Hot! Myro has proved that he is a force to reckon with as he has just won the awardfor Best New Act and Most Enterprising Act at the maiden edition of CityPeople Music Awards. And following the success of his last hit single, Myro is raising the bar higher as he has unleashed yet another hit song, his highly anticipated follow up to Odi Ok entitled Sugar. And it’s as sweet as it sounds. Get ready to dance as Myro delivers rhythmic flows and sensual melody on the PrincetonBeatz produced track. It’s a club banger! This is one for the ladies all around the world.
Myro first came to limelight after he did the graffiti design for DJ Jimmy Jatts’ Style video shoot in the 2000s. He later designed Phyno’s Alobam merchandise shirts and today, he has gained fame and recognition building a solo career in music.
Said the graduate of Architecture turned musician: “I am overwhelmed by the awards and encouraged to work even harder. My intention is to conquer the industry within the next few years and to establish my design and merchandise outfit, which I will run alongside my music career. Sugar is a club banger. It is dedicated to the ladies all over the world. Sugar is saying ‘after a stressful day just relax and have fun!’”
Born in Ajegunle, Myro, who says Tuface Idibia is his role model grew up in Surulere, Lagos, and attended Abbey Junior Mixed and Infants School where he first came in contact with Performing Arts as he was taught by Joke Silva and Olu Jacobs before proceeding to Abbey College on a full scholarship. He eventually finished his secondary education at Avi-Cenna International School on another art scholarship. He later enrolled at the Caleb University where he studied Architecture. Plans are underway for the release of an EP later in the year.