Sean Tizzle

Name: Seun Oluwabamidele

Birthday: Dec 15, 1989

Fav Dish: Pasta

Morihanfen Oluwaseun Oluwabamidele (born 15 December 1989), popularly known as Sean Tizzle, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter. He was formally signed to Sound Sultan’s record label Naija Ninjas.[1] He currently has a record deal with Difference Entertainment.[2] He started working with D’Tunes, a record producer known for producing Iyanya’s critically acclaimed song “Kukere”.[3]

Early life and music career.
Sean Tizzle was born in 1989 into a family of five. He has three older siblings and one younger sibling. Although he was born in Ikeja, his family relocated to Ikorodu where he grew up. He is from a Christian home and attended the Command Secondary School, Ibadan, a boarding house. He later studied Theatre Arts at the University of Ibadan. He grew up in two major cities, (Lagos and Ibadan) in Nigeria. He started with a group called 3-Way Band. Initially he was a rap artiste but he changed after his discovering how good his voice was for singing and the inspiration. According to him he said he hustled his way out like every other upcoming artiste would before he got into the limelight. He once slept in a gate-man’s house just to achieve some thing in his music career. He met his present boss D’Tunes in a studio in Ikorodu Lagos as a friend who is the owner of the Record Label he is currently signed to; Difference Entertainment in which brought him to stardom.[4]

Breakthrough single
Sean Tizzle’s debut single “Sho Lee” was released on February 22, 2013.[5] The music video for “Sho Lee” was shot in lagos and directed by UNLIMITED L.A. under Difference Entertainment.[6]

Signed a multi millionaire endorsement deal with Telecommunications company MTN in 2014.[7]
Barcadi Breezer Ambassador in 2014.[8]

Educational background.
Sean Tizzle attended Community Grammar School, Majidun, Ikorodu, Lagos and also began a Diploma in Theater Arts at the University of Ibadan[9]