Bio

Kelvin Bojeghre aka ‘Kelvin Boj’ is originally from the state of Delta in Nigeria, West Africa but was born and raised in the city of Lagos, Nigeria. He grew up listening to music by Fela, Bob Marley, Micheal Jackson, Dr. Dre. Nate Dogg, Snoop Dogg, Kenny Rogers just to name a few; and was heavily influenced by producers Swizz Beats, Timberland, Battle Cat, and Dr. Dre. Kelvin graduated from the University of Lagos with a Bsc. in Pure Physics.

Formerly know as ‘LayLow’, Kelvin Boj made his mark in the African music Industry as a producer in 2006 when he produced the hit single “Hapuya Lyke Dat” for the artist 'Morachi'. He went on to produce other major songs like ‘Kabakaba’ by Konga, Dagrin (R.I.P) & Remi Aluko; ‘Lace - Se Bi Wo’, ‘Dagrin - Sisi Eko’, Erigga - Won Be Be & Boju Boju feat. Brymo’,‘Skibii - Gara’ just to name a few. Kelvin Boj also put together some of the biggest afro-hiphop collaborations on songs like ‘Meet Me At The Top and ‘What It Do’ and has produced, wrote and recorded with a good number of afrobeat and dancehall artists including Patoranking, Dagrin, Phyno, Yung6ix, Vector, Konga, Olamide, Tekno, Davido e.t.c. Kelvin Boj moved to Atlanta to pursue an international career in music and in July 2015 He decided to rebrand and officially change his artist name from ‘LayLow’ to ’Kelvin Boj’. That same month he released his debut international single ‘Olosho’ with rave of the moment ‘Fetty Wap’.

Kelvin Boj has been in Atlanta putting in work and building relationships. His debut album ‘Man On A Mission’ is due out before the end of the year and the album has features from artists like Gucci Mane, Dej Loaf, Fetty Wap, Wale, Yung Mal, Skiibii and guest production from Zaytoven Travis Barker and afrobeat producer Spellz.