It’s not by chance that Laycon performance for the Grammy Recording Academy is a significant achievement.
In the video, Laycon performed at a Grammy Museum, interfacing with Afrocentric art pieces, His hair was pulled back into a bun and he wore a black sweatshirt and dark shades.
On July 1st, 2021, he gave a quick but excellent performance of his single, “All Over Me,” accompanied by an African-themed band.
Olamilekan Moshood Agbeleshe popularly known as Laycon, is the winner of BBNAIJA season 5, a rapper, singer, and songwriter.
The song “All Over Me” is from Laycon’s current album “Shall We Begin,” and it was featured on the Academy’s “Press Play At Home” platform for showcasing up-and-coming artists.
There’s a big difference between being included in an editorial and having an entire appearance with a live band, performing an original song on such a big stage and platform of that magnitude.
Furthermore, the grammy recording academy’s awareness enjoys a prominent position in the spotlight, as it will automatically bring any single detail of art therein to a specified spotlight with a large PR range.
Nigerians have been getting international reputation and exposure over the past few years, and this movement is also a slight impact on why the culture is thriving.
Laycon is an all-time proper musician with good flows and melody, flexible style, and above all, passion for craftsmanship.
Moreso, he is loved and has a loyal fanbase (Icons) who will defend and spread his music, also stans boost artistic rating that helps to keep an artiste floating.
As a result, fans play a vital part in an artist’s development, both in terms of defense and motivation.
He also recently released a video for his song ‘Confirm,’ which features Mayorkun and was taken from his debut album, Shall We Begin, which was released earlier this year.