John Aigbokhaode, popularly known as Jaigz Morgan born 15th May 1986 in Agenebode. A Nigerian artiste, a singer, songwriter, recording artist, and entertainer. His parents are Chief. J. A Aigbokhaode and Mrs. Rose Aigbokhaode both were a business administrator in their respective organization. Morgan is a Graduate of Business Admin from the University of Lagos and hails from Edo state. He attended LEA Primary School Jibis in Ikara Local Government Area of Kaduna State, Back home in Agenebode he attended St Peter’s Grammar School and had his National Diploma in Accounting from Auchi Polytechnic Auchi-Edo State.
His passion for music started 2012 when he began music professionally and gave up his seven (6) years Banking career in 2014 to concentrate on music career which he described as not just a passion but a lifetime decision.
In the early stage on the journey, he worked with great producers like the late OJB Jezreel, Pappy J, etc, they were his mentored who did justice on him. A former staff of Guarantee trust bank on the process of developing his music career at the same time, the passion for music took over his life that he had to quit banking for music. Because Music is capital intensive as a result he looks for other mean to survive.
Morgan lost both of parents early in life they could have been witness to his music career.
THE INTERVIEW- what are your kind of music? I am into Afrobeat, Afropop, Highlife, and can bounce on any beat.
How do you see yourself in next 5 year? In the next 5 five years, I see myself fully established in Africa and breaking world records.
Who do you wish to be better than in the music industry? I wish to be better than myself because I will never compete with anyone except myself. I need people to get better not to be better than. I have started implementing plans already. I plan to drop 2 or 3 singles of which one is already out and to make a positive presence.
Who are your role models in the music industry? Locally Fela Anikulapo-Kuti and Sir, Victor Uwaifo while internationally Lionel Richie, Celine Dion, Bruno Mars, and Diana Rose.
How do you get inspiration to sing? I get inspiration for music by readings, situations, and things around me.
Brief History- bore John Aigbokhaode, a singer, songwriter, recording artist and entertainer. A student of LEA Primary School Jibis in Ikara Local Government Area of Kaduna State and a student of St Peter’s Grammar school Agenebode later proceed to obtain National Diploma in Accounting from Auchi Polytechnic Edo State. He did his B.sc in Business Administration University of Lagos.
Morgan who his inspiration came from God and his personal interest while growing up, wasn’t too happy as his parents were not alive to see how far he has grown in the music industry. Leaving his 6-year banking job for music was a big decision he can’t regret as his dreams finally came true, an experienced artiste who people like OJB groom he still feels his talent are yet untapped.
Kind tells us what you do while not in the studio? Well, I love Sport like football, I listen to all good music and I love watching movies, thrillers, and adventure.
What do you think upcoming artists are passing through? The upcoming artists are passing through a lot. The industry isn’t that easy for talent alone to see you through. You need money for basically every move and connection.
When you are not working in the studio what else do you do? At my leisure time, I do researches to improve my craft and pray for divine connection.
Kindly tell us your brief association as in social responsibility? Yeah, through all my educational levels in my Primary level I was timekeeper then head boy. In Secondary I was once a class Prefect, In the Polytechnic, I was class representative for both National Diploma 1 and 2. In the University I was a group leader for 2 years.
Who inspired you into music? God inspires me because I have been involved in music since I was 10years back in Kaduna as a drummer in the choir.
Are you married or single? Am single.
What advice can you give upcoming artiste? Upcoming artiste needs to understand the craft and when be giving the opportunity to explore, in that way the artiste will grow.
What can you say about King James media? Have always wanted someone sort of belief in the upcoming artists, that’s exactly what kjm represents. My love for kjm is big.