Born Damini Ogulu in 1991, in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, he is a Nigerian singer/song-writer. After his primary and secondary education in Port Harcourt, he moved to the UK for his university education, where he made his first entry into the music business in the mid-noughties.
He was greatly influenced by the Jamaican Ragga and Dancehall genre, composing and performing Ragga-influenced tracks in London clubs. He returned to Nigeria in 2010, performing in his native Port Harcourt. He moved to Lagos in 2012 and burst into the scene, with the hit single “Like to party”. He released his debut album, Living and Impact For Eternity (L.I.F.E). Recognition of his successful career was signified by his appointment as a GLOBACOM ambassador in 2013.