Northside Music boss Jude Okoye shared a post on his Instagram page revealing the ordeal he went through to survive when he first came to Lagos, in 1995 and spent four nights under the bridge in Ijora all in pursuit of his dreams.
In the post in which he shared to motivate his followers, Jude also mentioned that he had to also work as a bus conductor in the streets of Lagos to make ends meet at some point in his early days in Lagos.
Jude Okoye is a music executive and elder brother of the defunct wave making twins, P-Square, managing and guiding them to stardom before their highly publicized split.
The father of two had one time released his rap album while he was still in Jos, which contained a remix of the Chaka Demus and Pliers song hit song ‘Mother she wrote’ done in Hausa language.
See his post below…
A post shared by jude okoye (@judeengees) on Jul 30, 2018 at 2:55am PDT
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