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Meet Cobhams Asuquo, the Nigerian Musician and Producer with a Difference


Cobhams Asuquo is one of the richest artistes in Nigeria. He is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, producer, and the founder and CEO of Vintage Grey media. He loves music from his childhood and as a kid, he would play blues and whistle along.

Despite being virtually impaired, he has achieved so much in the Nigerian music industry. He makes different genres of music like rock, reggae, jazz, hip hop and ensures all his songs have a message. He wrote and co-wrote several songs with Asa and others.

He gained international recognition after he produced Asa’s debut album in 2004. In 2005, he signed a deal with song ATV London as a songwriter, and in 2006, after working with a lord label question mark entertainment as the head of audio production, he set up his own recording facility.

In 2016, Cobhams established Vintage media, an all-round entertainment company, whose focus is on discovering, nurturing, and bringing to light new talented artists. As a singer, Cobhams has a number of singles to his credit, some of which are Ordinary People (2014); Ordinary People Video (2014); Star of wonder (2015); Do the right thing (2015); Stronger than before (2015); Boost featuring Falz (2016); One hit (2018); We plenti (2020). He also released his debut album, For You in 2017.

Cobhams has produced a number of songs for several Nigerian recording artistes; Dare Art Alade, Banky W, Chindima, Omawumi, and Djinee. He is also the producer of the 2016 edition of Rhythms Unplugged show, Hennesy Artistry and one African music fast concert that took place in Barclay center in New York.

In 2016, he started a digital radio countdown show where he features 12 hottest African/Nigerian songs he thinks Nigerian audience should be listening to. He also worked for TV and film media. Some of his works are; A Voice for Ella by Uche Macaulay, Sunshine, Commitment for charge, e.t.c

Cobhams received the Future award of the producer of the year in 2006. He also got the Hip hop world award for producer of the year 2007, Winner at the Nigerian music award 2007, and many more. According to Busytap.com, he has an estimated net worth of $2 million.