Blaq Jerzee (born November 15, 1986) is a well-known Nigerian music producer. Okhuofo Isaiah Oshrioameh is his full name. He composed the music for several chart-topping songs, including Gbese, Arizona, Blow, and Thankful. Blaq Jerzee is signed to SJW Entertainment, a Lagos-based label.
Early Life & Education
Blaq Jerzee was born on November 15, 1986, in Lagos, Nigeria, to Mr. and Mrs. Oshrioameh. He grew up in Lagos State, which is located in southwestern Nigeria. Despite the fact that he is from Edo State. He attended both primary and secondary school in Lagos. Blaq Jerzee continued his education at Auchi Polytechnic, where he earned a diploma in Business Administration.
Blaq Jerzee began his career at the age of 13 when he joined his church’s choir. This enabled him to start learning to play musical instruments. He quickly mastered the keyboard, drums, and saxophone.
Blaq Jerzee began learning sound production on his own after investing in basic production tools. Nonetheless, he collaborated with other aspiring music producers in the area. As a result, he mastered the technique quickly. He then began producing high-quality beats for emerging Nigerian bands.
Blaq Jerzee has grown into a versatile producer with a large portfolio over the years. He has worked with the majority of Nigeria’s and Africa’s A-list musicians. Examples include Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, DJ Tunez, Burna Boy, Larry Gaaga, Don Jazzy, Iyanya, King Promise, Sarkodie, Mr. Eazi, and Sean Tizzle.
Blaq Jerzee rose to international prominence after collaborating with Wizkid on the song “Fever” in 2017. Following that, the two formed a close personal and professional bond. This resulted in hit singles such as Low, Gbese, Blow, Arizona, and Jalolo. He was recognized for writing Roma, one of Wizkid’s Made In Lagos album’s hit singles.
He is a talented songwriter and singer in addition to producing music. His thunderous voice and distinct musical taste set him apart from other musicians. He demonstrated his command of music when he released a song in April 2020 that was adored by all of his fans. The song’s title is Onome.
In September 2020, he appeared as a featured musician on Pito by Oluwa Kuwait.
Tekno appeared on his song One Leg Up as a featured artist. The song, which was released in November 2020, has gone viral all over the world.
In 2021, he traveled to Tanzania to collaborate with East Africa Superstar Harmonize. The two musicians collaborated on a single.
Blaq Jerzee signed with SJW Entertainment, the top record company in Nigeria, in November 2019.
- Ease Your Mind
- Kush Love
- One Leg Up
According to different sources online, Blaq Jerzee’s net worth is estimated at around $500,000.