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Born in Lagos, Nigeria in 1978, the versatile artist known as Ray Ramon, whose birth name is Olusegun Ajibola Ramon, has etched an impressive journey across the realm of music. While hailing from Lagos, he embarked on a transformative journey when he made the move to Australia in 2002, eventually becoming an Australian citizen in 2006.

Ray Ramon, often hailed as a triple threat encompassing singing, songwriting, and music production, has been steadily forging his presence as an indomitable force within the dance circuit. His electrifying releases, including tracks like “Turn It Up ‘N’ Burn It Down,” “Dance All Night,” and “Make that Move,” have propelled him to the forefront of the dance music scene, gathering remarkable momentum.

Rooted in his musical pilgrimage is a profound inspiration derived from witnessing the unmatched prowess of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, as he performed some of his iconic hits. Ray’s musicality resonates with a fusion of the nostalgia of the 80s, intertwined with contemporary dance-pop nuances. This unique blend renders his creations a perfect fit for both pulsating club atmospheres and the playlists of radio stations worldwide.

Ray Ramon’s global impact is marked by a tapestry of collaborations that span across borders. Notable among these partnerships are his collaborations with luminaries like DJ Dan Thomas of the United Kingdom, DJ Andromeda from the House of Bass Power House, Diego Milesi of EVO Records Italy, and DJ Flaskman, also from the United Kingdom. This expansive network highlights his ability to seamlessly integrate his talents into a diverse array of musical contexts.

Emblematic of his dedication and talent, Ray Ramon has amassed a slew of awards that bear testimony to his prowess. Commencing his streak, he was crowned the Best Male Gospel Artist at the Afro/Australian Music and Movie Awards in 2011 in Sydney, Australia. This was followed by accolades like the Best Contemporary Christian Producer award in 2012 at the Indie Music Channel Awards held at the prestigious House of Blues in Hollywood, USA, for his track “I Had a Dream.”

The accolades continued to flow with awards like the Best R&B Video at the 2013 2nd Indie Music Channel Awards in Hollywood, USA, for his piece “Times.” The trend persisted with the Best World Music Producer award in 2014 at the Indie Music Channel Awards at Whiskey a-Go-Go, USA, for his composition “Tenacity” featuring Spydaman. The dance genre was not left untouched, with the Best Dance Act award at the 2014 Afro/Australian Music & Movies Awards in Sydney, Australia, for “Falling For You.”

Ray’s dynamic impact within dance music was further affirmed with the Best Dance Song award at the 2015 Indie Music Channel Awards at Whiskey a-Go-Go, Hollywood, USA, for his hit “Dance All Night.” The recognition extended into subsequent years, encapsulating honors such as the Best Dance Sing award at the 2018 Indie Music Channel Awards at the iconic Hard Rock Cafe in the USA, credited to his track “Make that Move.” His charismatic presence was cemented with the Best Male Dance Artist award at the 2019 Indie Music Channel Awards at the esteemed Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, USA, for his dynamic piece “Shake that Booty.”

Even amidst the challenges posed by the global pandemic, Ray Ramon’s vibrancy couldn’t be contained. He secured the Best Male Dance Artist award at the 2020 Indie Music Channel Awards, which took place in a virtual setting due to Covid-19 restrictions, underlining his unwavering commitment to his craft. This dedication culminated in his induction into the Indie Music Hall Of Fame in 2021, solidifying his legacy in the annals of musical history.

While his artistic ventures shine brilliantly, Ray Ramon remains grounded in his personal life. He resides in Australia, sharing his life with his wife Kirsten and their five sons: Abiodun, Eligh, Levi, Cruz, and Zane. His unrelenting work ethic and multifaceted talent have earned him the moniker “the hardest working man in showbiz,” as aptly described by Mark the Shark, Music Director of Radio Express, USA. Ray Ramon’s journey continues to unfold, a testament to his tenacity, creativity, and unwavering passion for music.