During her interview she got to talk about being a married woman with kids, how she strike a balance between music and your family
Belew are our questions from the interview. Enjoy as you read.
Merchantcolony: Can we meet you?
Oluwasheun:I’m Ademokun Oluwaseun Opeyemi
Merchantcolony: Where are you from?
Oluwasheun:I hail from Ondo state
We heard about your newly released single ‘In this place’, where do you get your inspiration from?
Oluwasheun: I usually get my inspiration in quietness, especially during worship
How did you discover your talent?
Oluwasheun:I discovered my talent as a little girl. I’ve always loved music. I joined the choir as a little girl for this purpose.
What is your family background like?
Oluwasheun:I was born into a Christian family of four(4) Father, mother, brother and I.
I had a very beautiful childhood and upbringing with my share of education, discipline and adequate love and attention
Can you tell us about your educational background?
Oluwasheun: I attended Command Secondary school, Bode Igbo, Ibadan.I have a diploma in public relations and a degree in English from Olabisi Onabanjo University.
I also have a Masters degree in English from the University of Ibadan. I happen to speak French too.
Merchantcolony: How did you discover your style of music?
Oluwasheun: I discovered in the course of service in the church choir. Over time, I discovered that there was a style of music peculiar to My personality and voice
Merchantcolony: What are the challenging moments you’ve ever faced in your music career?
Oluwasheun: One of the challenges I’ve had to deal with is knowing if a song is right for production and the timing of release was of serious concern to me too
Merchantcolony: Are you hoping to go into music fully or just based on part-time?
Oluwasheun: It’s going to be part-time, I have other areas of interest that I intend to give attention.
Merchantcolony: What inspired the song “In this place”?
Oluwasheun: The song was inspired in the place of worship.
It was birthed by an awareness of the workings of the Holy Spirit.
Merchantcolony:: Are you married or single?
Oluwasheun: No, I’m not single. I’m happily married to Sanmi Ademokun. We are blessed with two daughters and a son.
Merchantcolony: As a married woman with kids, how do you strike a balance between music and your family?
Oluwasheun: smiles, well I am married to a man who understands and encourages the importance of living life to the fullest. I’m often motivated by the desire to be all that God has called me to be. So, in the face of challenges, I simply ask God for strength and wisdom to make it through.
Merchantcolony: What should your fans be expecting in the next 5 years?
Oluwasheun: Oh! The future is loaded with awesome surprises. So, they should look forward to seeing Music videos, concerts, powerful singles and EP from Oluwasheun.
Merchantcolony: What advice do you have for up and coming artist out there?
Oluwasheun: My advice to up and coming artistes;they should not underrate the importance of preparation before launching out. They shouldn’t be too quick to forget their first love too. God should always take first place in all that they do and He will establish their path.