Joy Oladakun is an American singer-songwriter born in Casa Grande, Arizona, USA. The sense of music she creates now has a hint of her all-time inspirational singers like Bob Marley and Lauren Hill.
Joy has published three albums; In defense of my Own Happiness(2021), In defense of my own happiness( The begnings) (2020) and Carry(2016). Folk, R&B, pop and roots rock the genre of music she plays and creates for her audience. She was inspired to take up the guitar at the age of 10 when she saw a video of Tracy Chapman.
The music never left her soul and it continued to stay with her. Upon graduation, she was suggested by her friend to pursue music as her career and move to Los Angles.
While growing up in Arizona among the white kids she writes in her bio "I grew up in casa grande, which is in the middle of nowhere in Arizona and I was surrounded by images of white dudes with guitars".
Furthermore, her bio reads; she felt a lot of social anxiety, being different from the people around her.
Joy Oladakun Wikipedia
Joy Oladakun was born in 1992 to immigrant parents from Nigeria.
Hence, she was raised as a Christian child, to be devoted to the god and not question the god's existence. However, she left attaining the church when she realized that it's only limiting her creativity. Furthermore, she said if God was there, he wouldn't have cared if I was gay. She is 29 years old.
She came out and her fan base supported her decision massively. Then, she sang "no turning back" which made her land better opportunities.
Joy Oladakun's Net Worth
Joy's net worth is estimated to be $1 Million to $5 Million.
She is lined up with more songs and albums in the near future which would certainly help her grow her income.
Find Joy in Instagram
Joy Oladakun has an Instagram page under the username of joyladokun with 370 posts and 39.3k followers as of now.
Her height of popularity is increasing day by day. You can also follow Joy on her official Facebook page with 6k followers.
Joy Oladakun and relationships
The relationship of Joy is unclear.
However, she came out as gay, speaks about Black lives matter and the LGBTQ community.
She likes to refer to her as a Queer Woman of colour.