|Stage Name:||Ajebo Hustlers|
|Members:||Isaiah Precious (aka Piego) and George Dandeson (aka Knowledge).|
|Date Of Birth/Age:||Unknown|
|Place of Origin:||Old G.R.A, Port Harcourt, Nigeria|
Ajebo Hustlers is a fast rising Afro Beats, and Highlife duo, who originated in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. The duo is best known for their hit songs “Barawo Remix” featuring Afropop star, Davido “Pronto” featuring fellow Nigerian artiste, Omah Lay. The former received massive airplay in Nigeria, while the latter has topped several charts all over Africa, and also received massive airplay in Nigeria, and in various parts of the continent.
Before forming the duo, Ajebo Hustlers members, Isaiah Precious a.k.a Piego, and George Dandeson a.k.a Knowledge worked together at an eatery in Old G.R.A. Port Harcourt, Nigerian. They met there and began a friendship in 2012. Knowledge revealed this in an interview with TheNetNG. The two decided to form a duo after realizing they had similar musical passions.
While Knowledge is regarded as the rapper, Piego is known as the singer in the duo. The partnership was made official in 2015 following the release of the remix for their song “Bole And Fish”. They describe their music as “Katakata Music”; a fusion of various genres including Afro Beats, Highlife, and several other genres.
They have also collaborated with rapper, Yung6ix, Terry Apala, and King Perryy.
Members of the Ajebo Hustlers have not revealed their exact birthdays to the public.
State Of Origin
Ajebo Hustlers originated in Old G.R.A, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Both artistes currently reside in Lagos, Nigeria, the entertainment capital of the country.
The exact estimate of Ajebo Hustlers’ net worth is unknown to the public. The duo is yet to reveal it. However, several outlets estimate their worth to be around $200,000. Ajebo Hustlers have neither confirmed nor refuted these claims.
Omah Lay Collaboration
In February 2021, Ajebo Hustlers released a new single titled “Pronto” featuring Afro Beats star, Omah Lay. The sexually explicit song fast became popular in both Nigeria, and various parts of the African continent. The song also charted on the UK Afrobeats Charts, and received massive airplay, earning the duo more international recognition.
They are credited for many songs including;