Graduating in Commercial Music Performance, it wasn’t long until Laolu was writing her own material and performing across a wide variety of venues including the Indigo O2, Somerset House as part of the ‘What Next’ Campaign supported by Bigga Fish, Cargo, Proud Camden, Street Fest London and the Queen of Hoxton. Her involvement in the ‘What Next’ Campaign saw her work with the likes of Little Simz and Katy B, supporting acts including Chipmunk, Ghetts, The Wombats and Miss Dynamite. Laolu worked with DJ and producer Blinkie at the very beginning of her career, who also introduced her to the talents we know as J Warner and Benjamin AD.
An honest soul, Laolu openly shares a struggle with depression, she withdrew from the things she once loved. Now returning to music, Laolu discovered a new understanding of the direction she wanted to take her sound and her music. The struggle with depression served as a source of inspiration for her upcoming release ‘All in Me’ which talks the listener through the journey she has experienced.
Excited by the next chapter and her first release since her break ‘All in Me’. The next year is set to be one in which we see Laolu reacquaint us with who she is and just how far she has come.