Kelvin Boj was born in the late 1980s to Mr. and Mrs. Bojeghre’s family on July 21st. He is a Delta State graduate and a Southerner.


He grew up in Lagos, where he was exposed to the vibrant Nigerian music scene. He grew up listening to Michael Jackson, Fela Anikulapo, Bob Marley, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, and Kenny Rogers, among others. The sounds of these artists impressed him, and he became inspired to pursue music as a vocation.

He used to spend his leisure time on weekends as a teenager writing music lyrics. He began cultivating relationships with music producers in Lagos when he was in his twenties, and he began mastering the craft of sound creation.

He changed his stage name to Kelvin Boj in 2015 after deciding to rebrand. After releasing the song Olosho, he shot to international fame as a musician. Ferry Wap was featured in the song.


He has worked with artists such as Davido, Olamide, Tekno, Yung6ix, Patoranking, Vector, Phyno, Lil Kesh, and Spellz over the years.

He’s also collaborated with artists from over the world, including Gucci Mane, Wale, Dej Loaf, and Yung Mal.

In 2020, he released his album Man On A Mission. Kelvin Boj produced eleven of the 15 tracks on the project, which is a 15-track project.

He’s also a successful entrepreneur with stakes in a variety of viable firms. He recently released the Big Boy No Dey Make Noise apparel line. The collection, which consists of tees and sweatshirts, has sold out all around the world. check out Kelvin Boj’s Songs, Videos and Albums below!