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Timi Korus

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Drummer percussionist and composer Timi Korus has phenominal abilities to craft an entire song from beat are informed by heady mix of Afican influences,cuba, carriebean and latin sound.
Timi Korus is versatile and a distinctive afrobeat Singer.



UK International Nigerian Afro R&B Singer.

Olurotimi Awodipe aka Timi Korus a songwrter, producer professionally started his Music careerin 2003 while studying in Nigeria University. In 2005 ,he performed on stage with Artist such as 2FACE then known with Plantation Boys, Azadus, Olumaintain and with Julius AGU been the Comedian.

After his show for HIV awareness in Kwara state Offa he was then invited to show Biz cafe by Moji Danisa and was interviewed alongside Abass Obesere on the same show.

Afterward, he worked on his singing career with Gbenga Awe and Chris Okoro before he then decided to further his passion in furthering his education of having an international IT Degree.He then left Nigeria for UK and afterstudying for a while ,He met up with Omololu and reproduced his first singles -Babe Jowo meaning( Babe Please).

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