Ultra 5 and his resilient journey into stardom



Adejare Tosin Prince popularly known as Ultra 5 is an Uprising music artiste who is leaving no stone unturned in leveling up to stardom. Born in Agege and bred in Sango Ota, Ogun state like Habeeb Okikiola aka Portable and many others, Ultra 5 from inception of his career has shown the real Sango spirit (Hustle spirit) in him.

In a “one on one” chat with Afrobadoo TV, he answered the following questions with great enthusiasm.

Can we know you?

My name is Adejare Tosin Prince popularly known as ultra 5.

What inspired your journey into singing and songwriting?

I really love listening to music. In year 2007, I was inspired by my friends. I started writing songs and I produced my first track year 2009.

When did the journey begin?

The journey actually begin in the year 2009.

What keeps you motivated?

God, my friends, families most especially my fans out there each time they listen to my sound they keep telling me am a world star.

What challenges did you face on your way to stardom?

I really faced a lot Glory be to God. The fact is that nobody is out there willing to support. All they say is nothing goes for free. So been a street boy that went through street a lot is happening to me but then, street is strict and only the strong survive.

Has stardom deprived you of anything?

Stardom deprived me of not been able to go to  some certain locations. Can’t just go to places anyhow any longer and I really miss going to those places.

Are you still friends with people who were with you before stardom?

Stardom will deprive me of some but can never leave my old friends.

How do you handle advances from female fans?

I handle my female fans with care, love them so much and most times we do the do.

What projects are you currently working on?

I just dropped my Ep titled NO BAD ViBeZ.

What else do you do apart from making music?

Apart from music am a truck driver also into produce.

What is your advice to aspiring singers?

My advice is that sometimes you don’t need a label, make sure the stuff you that you can manage is on point,make sure you package your self and give respect to who deserve it.

What do you have to say to your fans?

My fans are the best without them am nobody they pushed up to this level and I believe they are still gonna do better.


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The Honourable Commissioner for Tourism, Arts and Culture, Mrs. Toke Benson-Awoyinka, while speaking at the graduation ceremony held on Wednesday at the Unilag Auditorium, Akoka, disclosed that the State Government’s partnership with Ogidi Studios is essential in creating innovative, culturally relevant, and globally competitive films market.

According to her, “This initiative is needed to use the Creative Sector to expand the very concept of tourism as a whole, thereby driving a shift from conventional models of heritage-based cultural tourism to new models of creative tourism centred on contemporary creativity, innovation and fresh content.

“Today, we gather here to commemorate a journey marked by relentless dedication, unwavering passion, and unparalleled creativity. It is with great pleasure and a deep sense of responsibility that we celebrate the remarkable accomplishments and artistic triumphs of this set of our graduating students at the Gidi Creative Centre”, Benson-Awoyinka said.

The Honorable Commissioner confirmed that the Academy provides a conducive learning environment with top-notch facilities including practical studio workshop spaces and post-production amenities fitted with the latest technology to ensure students have a learning experience that will advance their skills.

She also encouraged the happy and excited graduates to keep up a high spirit going strong as they move forward. Furthermore, she said that their art can guide others through tough times and show them how powerful creativity can be.

In her remark, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Mrs. Oloruntoyin Atekoja, expressed her appreciation to Ogidi Studio for making good use of the funds from the State Government, assuring the organisation of a continued partnership.

The Founder of Gidi Creative Centre, Mr. Idris Olorunnimbe, extended his profound gratitude to Lagos State Government for her unwavering support, adding that the commitment of the state government has been instrumental in his organisation’s mission to nurture the next generation of creative leaders.

He admonished the graduates to embrace this unique period of their lives with open minds and be creative and bold to explore uncharted territories. “You should always be willing to learn from experiences that shape you. Remember, the Artistic journey is as much about growth and discovery as it is about the final masterpiece”, Olorunmbe stated.

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“My daughter was even getting bullied in school cos she was my daughter….so fame has good sides but also bad sides.”


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