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Slawn

Hailing from Lagos, Nigeria and booling in London Olaolu Slawn is in every aspect of the word, the spirit of ForeverGood. Considering how different both parties may look on the surface, you may be questioning what i’m even on about - trust me though, I’m making perfect sense.


People often make a big spectacle of Slawn’s every move. Declaring him as the rebellious artist prophecy, when in all reality you’ll seldom ever hear him refer to himself as an artist. As a matter of fact the canvas has only been a thing for the best part of two years. So if you find yourself looking at Slawn doing even the simplest of things and immediately think “OH WOW HE’S TAKING THE PISS LOL” I’m sorry to tell you, but you’re gravely mistaken. Slawn’s ‘everything’ is actually stemmed from something he lacks, a facade. To put it simply there is no hype, just Ola.


Looking back to when the third batch of completely random guys huddled into my apartment on new years for my very illegal impromptu house party, i would have never thought something like this were to ever come out of it. As a matter of fact as i stood in my living room at 7am cleaning up empty bottles and baggies i told myself i never want to see any of these people ever again. Oh boy was i wrong.


Fast forward a couple months, and a few other “early morning” link-ups and the seeds to the rest of our lives were will into bloom. As ForeverGood hosted more events, like some sort of self proclaimed saviour of summer “motives" for the post pandemic grey area, Slawn and I started running into each other more. Bonding over our vested interest in actually just being nice, despite all the standard industry expectations. There isn't a day leading too to his debut exhibition that we didn't spend running back and forth between South London, Brick lane and his last place in Camden.


Fast Forward again, because frankly you don't need to know it all. A Benz and a few more things in the works later, and i think it’s safe to say that we’re making perfect sense.


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