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Riding high on his success of 2015, winning the International Soca Monarch crown in Trinidad, Olatunji says he is not out to outdo himself, but to get better at his craft, as an entertainer and as a person. So far he has released two songs for carnival 2016 “Bang, Bang” and “Seasonally” on the Gold Medal Riddim.
Yearwood, 29, who is a former Junior Soca Monarch began his music career in high school. Since the mid-nighties he had been skirting the edges of soca success with offerings such as Get Wild, Wah Do and Wining Good, whilst holding down a gig as a frontline singer with the legendary brass bands Roy Cape All Stars and Traffic.
In late 2014 he released Ola in time for the 2015 season and it has gone on to become his biggest hit to date. Not only did he win the international soca monarch performing the song, but has been touring extensively as well.