Director Abula’s journey to fame
Abdulazeez Greene Oladimeji popularly known as Abula is one of Nigeria’s reputable video directors in the music industry.
Director Abula, who was responsible for most of Taaooma’s skits; is into cinematography, commercials and music video directing.
Director Abula debuts his first music video production project in 2017, with Zlatan’s “My Body”, co-directed by him and Unlimited L.A., who also shot for Coded Records Entertainment, starring Olamide.
He started off video creating at the age of 18 with his mobile phone given to him by his Dad.
Abulahad his major break in 2018 and has been around for a while with his wife Taaoomabefore things took off with their careers.
Abula’srise to fame, started off with the success of his solo video production for Dr Dolors‘ hit single ‘I go pay’.
“During the rise of my career, from being Abdulazeez, to simply known as Abula or Director Abula; to founding The Greenad Company, my personal outfit for video production, known for motion pictures, music videos production; including commercials, cinematograph, and talent management. It’s Allah” – Abula.
He is an alma mater of Lagos State University, where he graduated with a B.Sc in History and International Relations; then proceeded to Kwara state, where he discovered the Nigerian popular skit maker Taaooma, during NYSC.
The cinematographer, who is married to Taaooma, revealed on his Instagram live, saying, “Our journey to fame has been a lonely one, with Allah by our side”.