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Monday, 17 October 2016

EFIWE INTERVIEW: I Have Got No Ropes But I Got The Crowd Pulled - UI Rapper, Sultan Talks About Felabration 2016 Experience And Reveals Other Plans In New Interview


Meet Oluwasultan Ayomide, a 400 Level Student of the Department of Law, Faculty of Law, University Of Ibadan.

Sultan who's popularly known as Sult, met with Unibadan Efiwe recently and was interviewed.

In His Interview with Unibadan Efiwe, Sultan expressed his delight after his recent performance at Felabration 2016 saying it's a Dream come true for him because He has always wished to perform at Felabration after He watched YBNL Boss, Olamide performed at Felabration in 2013.


In 2016, His long-awaited wish came through as He performed with DMW Act, Dremo and other Superstars in the Music Industry on Thursday at Felabration 2016.

He also revealed to Unibadan Efiwe that after his thrilling performance at Felabration 2016, He was able to seal a Collaboration Deal with a Superstar with his/her name Undisclosed.

Unibadan Efiwe would love to see Sultan do a Collaboration with DMW Act, Dremo.

Read Full Interview as Sultan Talks about His Felabration 2016 Experience, His Music Career, Acadamics and lots more Below

Can We Meet You?

My name is Oluwasultan Ayomide, popularly called Sultybaba, Sult by so many. I'm a 400 Level Student of the Department Of Law, I'm from Ede, Osun State.

Who gave you the name " Sultan" ?

I got the name from my Father.

What led you into Music?

I found myself in it somehow. I loved the feeling from sounds generally. I also had parent that bought musical instrument for me. 

All this triggered my passion. I grew up in a hood that raw talents are found and encouraged. I started at a very young age and am hitting the top soonest.


What really inspired your latest track "Lorile"?

Lorile is a song feeled with vibes I can't explain. The inspiration came through after my performance at Lagos last month at Orile. 

It was a street rap vibe. I got this massive love from people at Orile. It was overwhelming. I went to the studio the following day, I got myself hooked with my producer @steine and the song (lo rile) came through.

What year did you venture into Music/Perform Live on a Stage for the First Time?

Music for me started from way back. From the age 13, I started going for shows and street carnivals.

You recently performed at Felabration 2016, How did you feel when you got the news about performing at  Felabration 2016?

In wizkids voice, " I cant explain". I was so happy. I got a direct call from Funke Kuti. I thought it was scam until my manager @stridemedia_general got a call too. 

I went with my crew and we got it locked down.


Tell Us your Experience during Felabration 2016?

Felabration for me was crazy. I have always wanted to perform since I watched Olamide's performance in 2013. 

God gave me the privilege this year. It was a different feeling getting to meet the Kutis' and other superstars. 

What was the feeling like going to perform live on Stage at Felabration 2016 at the African Shrine, Lagos? Were you tense?

I wasn't tense nor intimidated, because I had a lot to offer. I have got no ropes, but i got the crowd pulled.

Reports have it that the Congregation loved your performance and You were among the Artistes who killed the show, Were You expecting the Love?

I believed I would turn the crowd but I didn't expect that much love. I was able to seal a collaboration with a superstar which I would reveal soonest.  I believe the sky is just the starting block.

What inspires your Music?

Everything around me inspires my Music.

Are You currently signed to any Record Label?

Nope but I have a Management Crew @stridemedia_

Apart from Music, What else do You do? 

I am into every kind of Entertainment generally. I am also into business. Asides, I am a Law Student remember.


What are You currently working on, Any Collaborations??

I shot "Lorile" Video last month and it's set to drop this month alongside the song.  I have over thirty recorded tracks. Collaboration also coming through with a Superstar soonest so just Watch Out.

What do You Love most about the Music Industry?

I love the glamour, fame and paparazi that's attached to the music industry. I love the ovation from the crowd.

You're In 400 Level now, Do you intend going into Music Fully after Graduating?

Yes, I am currently in 400 level and I still have one more year, Once I'm through, am going fully into Music.

Law is really beating into my time. I can't wait to graduate.

Do You have any celebrity crush(es)?

No celebrity crush. Only those I would like to have as a side chick *smiles*

How do You Strike a Balance between Your Public and Private Life?? 

I keep my private life, private and my public life, public.

If You could have One Super power, What would that be and Why? 

If I could have a superpower, it would be the ability to imagine anything and make come to reality then I feel I would virtually have everything.

Tell Us little about your family background?

 I grew up in a muslim Family. Although, my father family is a muslim while my mother's family were christians.

I was allowed to pick any religion I wanted to practice so I started practicing islam, not until somehow, we all converted to Christianity. 

I have got two young beautiful sisters, Omotola and Wuraola. I am the first child. 

My parents are both business tycoons. My mother also does cathering business. I grew up in a house, where talents and abilities are encouraged.


So your Parents are fully in support of your Music Career?

My parents are in full support of my music. I have a father that loves to hear me freestyle

Asides, He calls me randomly to freestyle for his freinds, even on phone. My mother (Anike) jams my music back to back including the ones I haven't released.

 They know about all my shows and sometimes come to watch me perform.

Who are your Role Models in the Music Industry?

My Role Models are Late. Fela Anikulapo Kuti and 2Face Idibia.

In the next 3 Years, where do You hope to be?? 

In the next three years, I believe I would have become a superstar well known both in Nigeria and Africa then pushing with my crew to the world. 

Asides, my proposed record label name is S96Records.

How do you manage your time as a Law Student and also as an Artiste?

As a Law Student, it hasn't been easy. I usually use the balancing techniques. I have stabbed a lot of classes but i have no choice. 

I am studying Law for the prestigue. I am not also restricting myself to Ibadan. I get a lot of shows outside Ibadan so I travel a lot and it hasnt been easy.

When you know its compulsory, One must stab both tests and classes.

Can You tell Us Your Relationship Status?

Sultan is Single (SIS) "smiles"

What's Your Advice to Your Viewers and Fans?

I want all my fans to keep believing in the brand. I have got a lot to offer,and trust me, I would keep bursting everyone's mind. 

S96records coming through, lots of love to all my ladies turning up for me on a daily basis, I love them all. 

Life should be taken gently but, you should never sleep on your hustle.

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