Fuji music Lord, K1 de Ultimate is cooking something new with Hip-hop act, Dammy Krane, real names Oyindamola Johnson Emmanuel.
For the record, Dammy Krane is like a son to K1, his mother, Titi Oshodi, based in Houston Texts is a younger relation to the Fuji lord. She was also well-known for her managerial skill in the conduct of Fuji musicians in the 80s.

Dammy Krane, according to reliable sources at the expansive Osujagbola’s Palace of K1 in Ijebu Ode, Ogun State, has been a regular caller and on several occasions have had cause to pass the night, cooking beats in the high-tech K1’s studio.
There is this chemistry between Dammy Krane and K1.

Both of them are excited about this collaboration and it is interesting to see how they clicked away in the studio. They are quite comfortable working with each other, regardless of the generational gap and difference in genre. They did not pretend to be someone else. For K1, it is a familiar terrain, remember he did it with Olamide of YBNL in State of The Nation and Dammy on his part feels highly honoured to work with a legend. Both of them are like a Proton, very positive and the result is in the great music coming out soon,” the source hinted.

Known for his melodic voice and stagecraft, Dammy who made his foray into the Nigerian music scene with 2face Idibia’s Hypertek Records, ruled the airwaves with his hit song, My Dear.
His free style of music draws from different genres and his robust delivery has earned him a place in the highly competitive Nigerian music scene.

Hugely inspired by artistes like Fela Kuti, Femi Kuti, Lagbaja, King Sunny Ade, 2face Idibia, D’Banj and Sauce kid, he started recording songs on his own and performing at various university shows with his ability to merge all genres of music.
In recognition of his efforts, he was nominated in several categories of awards including the covetous, The Next Rated Award at the Headies and won the Rookie of the Year at the Headies in 2012.