Innocent Idibia, better known as 2baba, a multi-award-winning Nigerian singer, has wished that students with a passion for music at his alma mater, Obafemi Awolowo University, OAU, Ile-Ife, Osun, would become successful musicians.
When asked why he built 2baba, he said that the school honored him by making him a Fellow of the School of Music, so he fulfilled his promise to build the studio to show his appreciation.
During a breakfast chat in Lagos State hosted by The 2baba Foundation, the “African Queen” star explained that the university extended him an invitation.
The musician said his intention was for students to have a creative space to develop their talents so that the next generation of music superstars will emanate from the school
Tubaba said: “I built the multi-million music studio in OAU because I was given an honorary degree as a Fellow of the School of Music of the university.
“That was a huge honour for me, and I promised them I was going to build a standard music studio for the school, which I did.
“My aim is to give the students a standard space for creativity, and I hope the next generation of superstars will generate from there. Also, my next album will be packaged in that studio.”
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