Nigerian-American Olutayo (oh.loo.ty.oh) was born with an innate passion for music and performance. Always able to sing and move well, Ol...
Nigerian-American Olutayo (oh.loo.ty.oh) was born with an innate passion for music and performance. Always able to sing and move well, Olutayo made his true vocal abilities known to few. He focused on dance and began training at the age of fifteen in styles of ballet, hip hop, jazz, African, modern and tap under Venettes Cultural Workshop. It wasn't until after "breaking the ice" of performance with dance that Olu began to unveil the fullness of his voice, joining chorus in high school and even Co-founding and presiding over Voices of Inspiration, a youth choir of conjoined neighborhood friends in Amityville, NY. Later, he trained at Broadway Dance Center and Steps on Broadway under many of New York City's most highly sought after choreographers. Olutayo has performed on many stages including Nassau Colosseum (Mase's Welcome Back Concert,) and placing "2nd Overall Vocalist" at The World Famous Apollo Theater in Harlem, NY. Olutayo emerged as a triple threat in 2005 starring