Lara George is a Nigerian gospel singer, songwriter and producer.OVWE MEDEME. "What I miss most about kush – Gospel singer Lara George". The Nation.
Early life and education
She was born into the family of Oluwole Bajomo in Lagos State, the administrative division of Nigeria. She attended Queen's College, Lagos before proceeding to the University of Lagos, where she obtained a bachelor's degree in Architecture."The end of Kush was traumatic for us – Lara George - Life, True Confession". Daily Independent, Nigerian Newspaper. February 8, 2014. "Real reason we broke up KUSH — Lara George". Vanguard News.
George began her music career at the University of Lagos, where she joined the campus fellowship choir. She was a member of the disbanded musical group Kush, which included TY Bello, Dapo Torimiro and Emem Ema. Her debut album, titled Forever In My Heart, included the hit single "Ijoba Orun"; it was released in 2008. The album earned her several awards and nominations. In 2008, she won Voice of the Year at the Nigeria Music Awards. She emerged the winner of the Best African Female Gospel Artiste cateogry at the 2011 African Gospel Music Awards."I put off having a baby for six years because of my career- Lara George". Vanguard News. Cite error: The named reference daily was invoked but never defined (see the help page). "Lara George gets baby girl, Terry G is a father". The Punch - Nigeria's Most Widely Read Newspaper. "Lara George, Kefee and Sinach for African Gospel Music awards - Gistmania". gistmania.com. "Lara George is African queen of gospel music". Vanguard News. http://sunnewsonline.com/new/
She is married to Gbenga George, a legal practitioner and music entrepreneur."Why I keep my husband as my manager — Lara George". Vanguard News.