Internationally acclaimed and highly revered, Olatunji Yearwood checks multiple boxes with his unique sound and captivating performances. Widely considered as the 'Afrosoca King', Ola as he is affectionately known has blended African and Caribbean sounds long before the afrobeats genre became trendy. On stage, Ola’s mesmerizing performance is driven by his boundless spirit and energy, his dynamic style, soulful moves and cultural appeal. On the scene, Ola's humor and charm bring a level of charisma that brightens any setting.

Having championed the most prominent musical competition of Trinidad (Soca Groovy Monarch/International Soca Monarch) with the eponymous hit "Ola", Ola later gained popularity overseas as a contestant on The X Factor UK (Season 15). Ola received a standing ovation from all four esteemed judges for [his performance (click to watch) on YouTube] of "Bodyline". The notoriously critical Simon Cowell called Olatunji "a superstar" while Robbie Williams observed his talent as "God given".

In an interview with The Fader, Ola said "The name [Olatunji] itself helped me a lot to create this music, it shows that the African heritage still lies very strongly in the Caribbean culture. The meaning of my name means 'honor restored again.'" With his iconic status as the Afrosoca King and his profound influence across multi-cultural platforms, Olatunji Yearwood delivers a unique experience with each engaging performance.
 Jiggle It
 Oh Yay
 Tun Fo Meh
 We are One w Destra
 Wining Good