Osazee Moses Wilserhun popularly known as Weirdz was announced as the First Irish Based Nigerian/African Artiste To Top Dublin’s Artiste Chart by Dublin online radio in Ireland.
His first major break in Europe is his single titled Payday featuring the wife of the current South African cricket captain Morgan Deane. He then follow up with another single titled Vampire which was another major success, this led to massive Radio and TV features and the single went on to feature as a sound track in an Irish film titled City Of Hate.
His first studio album was however not released due to contracts and deals not falling through. He was later invited to join the writing group in Templelane Studios, the same place he recorded his supposed album. Jaws as they were called pen several songs for other Artists both in Europe and America but he later took a break to face his college studies. He has since return into the studio to record his own materials as well as produce and direct short films and music videos for clients and Artists. Although the 25 year old new sound is different from his former, he did explain music is universal and the genre should not be a limitation.
Weirdz recently sign a partnership deal with Ob9ja Management, a fast rising management company who’s the brain behind the successful music career of CDQ, Ola Dips and also brain behind The Nigerian Student Fashion And Design Week (NSFDW).