Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, better known by his stage name Wande Coal, is a Nigerian singer and composer who was born on October 18, 1985, in Lagos, to Chief Ibukun Olufunto and Mrs Omolara Oluwayemisi.
Wande Coal is the first of his parents’ two children.
Wande Coal attended Staff Nursery and Ijaniki Primary School for his primary school education, Federal Government College Lagos for his secondary education, and University of Lagos (Unilag) for his post-secondary education, where he studied Curriculum Studies.
Wande Coal began singing in his church’s adolescent choir. As a dancer, he started his start in the Nigerian entertainment scene.
In 2006, he was signed to Don Jazzy’s Mo’ Hits Records, where he continued to improve his singing abilities.
On hits like “Loke,” “tonosibe,” and “why me,” he appeared on D’banj’s Rundown/Funk you up album.
He is a member of the Mo’ Hits allstars and had a key role in the creation of the CV (Curriculum Vitae) CD, as well as being signed to Mo’ Hits recordings.
“Ololufe,” the album’s first single, has been dubbed “one of the best love songs ever penned by a Nigerian.”
Wande Coal’s debut album, ‘Mushin to Mo’Hits,’ was well appreciated in Nigeria, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Check out Wande-Coal’s Songs, Videos and Albums below!