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Olly Sholotan Won’t Let Anything “Steal My High”

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Nigerian-American actor, musician, and music producer based in Los Angeles, Olly Sholotan has just released, “Steal My High,” about experiencing a dream coming true right in front of you and relating that to the experience on might feel from a drug high. “Steal My High” is on the heels of is debut EP Soulful Gazing which solidified his versatility and infectious energy, described as a cross between Bruno Mars and John Legend. Have a listen below since all of the streaming proceeds through the end of the year will be donated to The Loveland Foundation, a non-profit that provides financial support to Black women and girls seeking therapy and mental health support. Find about Olly Sholotan on his website ollysholotan.com

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What first got you into music?

A: I think originally we were just middle school kids looking for identities and we found one with music. I remember thinking as a kid “ok, if I practice really hard for like a year then I’ll probably be like the best guitarist at school and then I’ll be cool.” Pat had a similar high school experience thinking that playing in a band would increase his “cool” factor. I think he still does. I’ve always been slightly competitive with music, for better or for worse. Usually for better I think. It’s all for the sake of the art at the end of the day.

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