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Ozzybosco Looks Stylish In New Photos For Glam Africa Magazine



Since winning “Best Entertainer Trophy” Season 7 Kids Got Talent competition in November 2011 at the tender age of 4, Ozzybosco has performed at over 200 events, won 31 prestigious awards, released fifteen awesome singles and four music videos.
The 8 year old who has featured the likes of Terry G, Flavour, Olamide, MI and Lamboginny was in London recently for his ‘Smile Again’ video shoot by renowned music director, Mo Musa.

While in town, Glam Africa magazine caught up with this young celebrity for a quick interview and some stylish shots. Here are the images and the interview:

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GLAM AFRICA: What does style mean to you?

OZZYBOSCO: Personally, STYLE means my mode of dressing and carriage, which reflects the way I want to present my self to the world.

GLAM AFRICA: Who are your music icons?

OZZYBOSCO: I have several music icons; Micheal Jackson, P-Square, Olamide, Lamboginny, MC Galaxy, Justin Beiber, MattyB etc.

GLAM AFRICA: Who are you currently listening to?

OZZYBOSCO: MattyB, P-Square and I listen to my songs a lot.

GLAM AFRICA: Where are your favorite places to hang out?

OZZYBOSCO: LegoLand, Shoprite, Amusement parks, Beach Brent Cross and others.

GLAM AFRICA: Who inspires your style?

OZZYBOSCO: My sweet Mummy and my stylish aunt, Chioma

GLAM AFRICA: Locally and internationally, two artists you would love to collaborate with?

OZZYBOSCO: P-Square and Chris Brown

GLAM AFRICA: What are you working on at the moment?

OZZYBOSCO: I have just shot the video for my soul lifting single “Smile Again” which I dedicated to the Internally Displaced Children (IDC) from the northern parts of Nigeria. I also have an ongoing project in partnership with the Nigerian Red Cross Society (NRCS) to raise funds to support their education. The video will be out soon … watch out!!! I am also working on my debut album which will launch soon, and the second edition of my magazine “Superstar Africa” which is currently in production.

GLAM AFRICA: A typical day in your life starts and ends with?

OZZYBOSCO: My typical week day involves going to school, doing my homework and after school activities like piano or voice training, then I prepare for bed at 8:30 pm. On Saturdays I attend dance classes and other social activities, then on Sunday I attend church with the family.

GLAM AFRICA: Ozzy Bosco in 10years

OZZYBOSCO: By the special grace of God, in ten years OzzyBosco will be a household name.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Dami Oyetade, Slick Photography

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Kanye went ahead to let people know that he was above everything and unmanageable.

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Niniola who shared a video of her speaking with the award-winning musician, noted that dreams do come through.

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The High Court Judge ruled that the imitation was “not purposefully nor unconsciously” made during the trial that took place in March 2022. Ed and his co-defendants were given £900,000 in costs.

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