ONPOINTOP has released his most personal and ambitious project yet: Boy meets Guitar.

The independent artist known as ONPOINTOP is not one to be confined by genre or expectation. With a career spanning comedy, entrepreneurship, and a string of successful musical releases, he consistently pushes boundaries and reinvents himself. Now, after five years of meticulous crafting, ONPOINTOP has unleashed his most personal and ambitious project yet: Boy meets Guitar.  He started this project five years ago, and it truly lets his amazing guitar skills shine.


“This EP is a journey,” ONPOINTOP reveals. “It’s about my connection to the guitar, my roots, and the stories I want to tell through music.” This isn’t just another rap or hip-hop album; Boy meets Guitar delves deep into ONPOINTOP’s musical soul, showcasing his exceptional guitar-playing skills and his evolution as a songwriter.


The seven tracks that comprise Boy meets Guitar are a testament to ONPOINTOP’s dedication and artistry. “I poured my heart and soul into this project,” he explains. “Each song is a piece of me, a reflection of my experiences and the world around me.” The EP weaves intricate melodies, captivating rhythms, and thought-provoking lyrics into a sonic tapestry that transcends genre boundaries.


But Boy meets Guitar is not a solo endeavour. It’s a collaborative effort with ONPOINTOP’s band, a brotherhood of musicians who have been by his side since childhood. “These guys are my family,” he says. “We grew up together, shared our dreams, and now we’re bringing them to life through music.” Their shared history and deep connection are evident in the seamless interplay of instruments and the undeniable chemistry that permeates each track.

His music, he explains, is a testament to the power of art to transcend boundaries and connect people from all walks of life. His previous single, ‘PHUW (Pray How You Wanna)’, released on January 1st, is a testament to his ability to seamlessly blend genres and push the boundaries of conventional rap. The track, a soulful exploration of faith, is a far cry from his earlier projects, ‘Best of O 1’ and ‘Best of O 2’, which showcased his mastery of hard-hitting beats and gritty rhymes.


And before that, ONPOINTOP unleashed ‘Fstyles and Trapflows 2’, a sequel to his debut DSP release, ‘Fstars and Trappers’. This dynamic duo of projects cemented his reputation as a formidable force in the world of hip-hop, earning him a loyal following of fans who eagerly anticipate his next move.


With Boy meets Guitar, ONPOINTOP invites listeners to join him on a sonic adventure that is as introspective as it is exhilarating. “This album,” ONPOINTOP declares, “is a gift to my fans, a testament to the power of music to heal, to inspire, and to unite. I hope it will touch your hearts and move your souls.”


However, ONPOINTOP’s path to success hasn’t been without its challenges. He’s faced setbacks, personal losses, and betrayals, but he’s used these experiences as fuel for his creative fire. “I’ve learned that obstacles are opportunities in disguise,” he shares. “They force you to grow, to adapt, and to come back stronger than ever.”


It’s that resilience and unwavering determination that are the driving forces behind his multifaceted career. ONPOINTOP isn’t just about the music; he’s a hustler with a vision. He’s signed, managed, and owned by his own label, Olofepence, showing the world what independent artists can do. Apart from that, he’s also a visionary entrepreneur, comedian, author, and mentor who has carved his own path in multiple industries.


As a published author, he shares his insights and experiences in his book, Calculated Risk. “I believe in sharing knowledge and empowering others,” he says. “My book is a roadmap for aspiring entrepreneurs, filled with practical advice and hard-won wisdom.”


With that said, as he continues to break barriers and redefine what it means to be an independent artist, ONPOINTOP’s legacy is one of creativity, resilience, and unwavering authenticity. “This is just the beginning,” he promises. “There’s so much more music to come, so many more stories to tell.”

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