Eh-en – Ruggedman
Raise Tha Roof – Jazzman Olofin
Between Jazzman Olofin and OJB, we still don’t know who had the great idea to bring Adewale Ayuba on the chorus of a hip-hop song. But this near revolutionary trope of using Fuji for rap song hooks was perfectly executed by Jazzman Olofin and OJB even though many hip hop groups including The Remedies had subtly experimented with the same concept in the past
African Queen – 2face
Though this is no longer news, OJB Jezreel did not only help in the production of 2Baba’s solo debut Face 2 Face, he also held songwriting credits for the same album, particularly African Queen, his most successful recording to date.
Madam – Azadus
Dancehall singer Azadus may have vanished off the face of the mainstream industry today, but older generations remember the singer at his peak in the early 00s. One of such career defining songs OJB produced around the same time, was Madam, a preppy love song about a mother preventing an affair with her daughter.
Iyawo Asiko – Nomoreloss
Late Nomoreless’ reinvention of Orlando Owoh’s 80s hit of the same name was produced by OJB, who added twists of modern instruments to replicate and refresh the song and its importance.
Wiskolo Wiska – Durella
Durella’s Wiskolo Wiska came at the beginning of a new era in Nigerian music as a chain reaction of the D’banj generation of artists. Even though we never really hear much about Durella anymore, fans will at least remember the King of the Zanga’s sweaty body in a video directed by Clarence Peters.
Ghen Ghen Love – Yemi Alade
After Yemi Alade conquered the Peak Talent show in 2009, she ended up at OJB Jezreel’s studio where she recorded her first charting single Ghen Ghen Love in 2012.