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First performance of this month to kickstart my movement and this momentum I have going.

Starts @ 12pm on the 3rd of April this sunday.

Will be held at Sandbar in the oceanfront so you know the atmosphere will be amazing.

Please invite your family and friends so everyone can finally see and hear obieast music live

Thanks to all my supporters.

 

Looking forward to heavy performance around March. Please stay tuned for specific dates.  Thank you

      Since I pretty much develop and engineer all my crafts, I decided to put a label on my work.  Stilafin Sounds is something I came up with due to my laughter in majority of my music lol.  You could say I had a loud and annoying type of laugh which stumbled its way into a live recording accidentally.  When the track played back the laugh fit right in and it stuck ever since.  I have many plans for Stilafin Sounds far beyond myself or just one artist. I still work a day job to help fund this passion of mine so listening, purchasing, likes on pages, follows, donations, and appropriate comments would go a long way for this label. I try to bring  joy and laughter to the people around me and I feel my music reflects that.  So don’t forget, despite all your heartache in life make sure you’re “stilafin” through it all. Enjoy my sounds and thank you for supporting #muahahaha.
Obus Oweh, aka Obie is a musician from Virginia Beach, VA. Obie’s instrumentals was always known to be a “beast” earning him the name “Obieast.” Although spelt that way it is still pronounced “Obeast.”  Just another way to be easily found and standout
His versatility ranges from producing, writing, and audio engineering. In an effort to keep his originality Obie started his own label, Stilafin Sounds in 2001. Obies beats tend to be more drum heavy but that is completely intentional due to him being a former drummer. As you’re listening to his music you’ll hear significant messages throughout he’s tracks. The end goal of obies music is to have you lost in his overwhelming sounds of goodness. Though his music is categorized as “Hip-hop,” Obie finds inspiration in many other genres. He originally took inspiration from other local producers such as Timbaland and Pharrell, and credits the night life for his up tempo style. His personal playlist ranges from all genres, from artist such as Cam’ron to Gabriel & Dresden.
Coming from a musically inclined family in Nigeria, Obie knew early on music was his passion. His dad gave him his first set of drums at age 5 and he hasn’t looked back since. Before starting his own label, Obie performed in numerous bands throughout his teens