Julian Deelo Biography

Julian Deelo

Julian Deelo Biography

John Raymond is professionally known as Julian Deelo (sometimes styled as Oluwa Julian Ti’de and Marly) is a musical artist born on the 7th of June, 1997.

Julian Deelo

Early Life & Education

He is from Esan South East, Edo State, Nigeria, Born in Okoribi, Warri, grew up in Alegbo, Effurun, Delta State, Nigeria.

He attended various primary and secondary schools due to moving and not having a permanent residence. He attended Odin College School, Vision School of Creativity and Alegbo Primary School, Effurun, Warri, his secondary schools are Alegbo Secondary School, Army Day Secondary School, Warri and Sunset Group of Schools, Effurun.

He got his national diploma from Delta State Polytechnic Otefe Oghara, where he studied science and laboratory technology, still hoping maybe to further for his Higher National Diploma.

Julian Deelo

Career & Personal Life

He started doing music at the age of 7 (seven), basically, his brothers (Xzicute and Emmy) were doing music then, they normally call him to support them with backups and he finds joy doing it so he started writing and rehearsing songs.

So he came up with the name Jmax (Julian Maxwell) just because he loves the way the name sounds. Time passed and he used just Julian, but whenever someone wants to look him up on platforms it gets difficult because they were thousands of artist that goes by that name so he added a nickname given to him by his dad when he was a kid, “Deelo”.

He is an afrobeat artist and hope to explore with any good music and good musicians.

His mentors are Burna Boy, Davido, Wizkid and any good artist.

Julian Deelo

Social Media Handles

You can look him up on:
Instagram: @juliandeelogram
Facebook: @juliandeelo
Twitter: @juliandeelo

Any other social media platform @juliandeelo

Julian Deelo

Julian Deelo

Julian Deelo

Julian Deelo

Julian Deelo

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OGdoings - Zaddy

This is a great Amapiano song that will be perfect for your playlist