Lara George

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Lara George

Lara George is a US-based Nigerian-American gospel recording artiste, songwriter and producer. She was born on 23 June 1978 into the family of Oluwole Bajomo in Lagos State, the administrative division of Nigeria.


  • “I was privileged to be the Production Manager/ FOH Engineer for Jesus House Chicago's (RCCG) 2011 Worship Concert that featured Midnight Crew & Sonnie Badu”.

I had a lot of fun working on this project and the spirit of the Lord was definitely in the building this night. Enjoy and be blessed….

    • [1] Her experience on being the production manager for Jesus house Chicago (RCCG)2011 worship concert
  • I wrote my first song when I was 7
    • [2] She said this in an interview with Zjolt
  • “Yeah. You know I was always drawn to the music. When I got into secondary school, which was my first opportunity to be able to make my own choices, I joined the choir at Queens College, and it was such a wonderful experience. I just carried on from there; it was a step after the other: taking solos, enjoying the whole scenario, and by the time I got to university, I was fortunate to be a part of a wonderful girl-(musical) group that enjoyed so much success on the Nigerian scene, Kush, and that was an amazing experience. And…you know…it just kept going from there until it got to a point where there was no turning back”.
    • [3] Her response on how she got into music in an interview.
  • “You see because doing music was not about making it, those were not the considerations for me. It was about: oh my goodness, this is such a huge price, and am I ready to pay this price?”
    • [4] Lara George speaking in an interview on the price to pay in music career.
  • "With any form of art...authenticity is crucial to success."
    • [5] Speaking during an interview on finding fulfilment in Gospel music.
  • "Pray it, i believe it and then worked towards the goal of success as though it was my only reality."
    • [6]Her talk on Gospel music.
  • It’s just part of what I believe. I grew up believing that music is a responsibility and you kinda change lives with what you do
    • [7] Her response on why she chose Gospel music.
  • "I was a bit upset about the KUSH break-up."
    • [8] Talking about the reasons she went solo on gospel music.

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