© 2017 by Mowille.

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Introducing Mowille, a versatile Anglo'Yoruba Afro-beats artist based in the UK, who sings and raps in his mother tongue (Yoruba) and English creating a niche for himself with his comic yet quality delivery in his songs. 
Born in the late '80s to the Durodola family in the Pace Setting city, Ibadan, Oyo State. By age 20, he had advanced into writing songs in poetic form. Ever since then, he has been serenading his fans with greatly enriched music with a fine infusion of Afrobeats, RnB, HipHop, and Contemporary.
 He started his elementary school at Oluyole Private School, secondary at Oluyole Extension High School and two years foundation course in Agric Econs at UNAAB. Graduated with second class upper in ITMB at Greenwich University London.
Music has always been a huge part of and passion for Mowille right from his early years as a chorister at St Mary's Anglican Church, Oluyole where he joined at age 4 in the tenor category. Mowille is a huge fan of old school music both home and abroad because of the vast wisdom and in-depth lyrical contents he can tap into in them.
 
With multiple top notch records of collaboration and solo singles in the past few years, Mowille has made a remarkable gradual impact on the music industry especially to his fans. His style mixes new-influence with aspects from afrobeat, Hip hop, RnB and Alternative. His individual tracks released earlier this year, such as Olo Mi and Se Temi enjoyed massive streaming, air spins from media houses and love from music lovers both home and abroad.

Upon self-realisation how much great music he makes, prompted Mowille to work brilliantly on his new album titled “Moti Thirty” (I am now 30). Critics have it that this album could be prove to be one of the best album this year. Moti Thirty, a ten track album with real indepth of quality lyric content, smooth delivery and overral production. Mowille promises us all that Moti Thirty caters for everyone, all ages and music listeners.