Oluwakemi Modupeola Adetiba was born on 8 January 1980. After her primary school education at Corona School, she attended Atlantic Hall School where she completed her secondary education.
She then went on to the University of Lagos where she fulfilled all the requirements necessary in attaining an LL.B (Hons.) degree (Law). In her third year of university, she landed a job with the biggest media house in Nigeria - SilverBird Communications as an on-air personality for Rhythm 93.7 FM. She says she was 'tricked' into her job.
"I was invited just to have a chat with the boss Roy Bruce along side 10 other people who actually 'wanted' the job. At the end of the discussion I thanked the go-between and declined the offer. Next thing I know, I get a call saying I start work the next Saturday morning and more ironic, I was the only one out of the 10 (who actually wanted the job) to get the offer."
And as they say, the rest is history.
Today she hosts the Sunday show, Sunday at the Seaside where her catch phrase is "The only show that makes your Sunday afternoon feel like a Friday night".
She also hosts the mid-week Dance Party and the Saturday breakfast show called Sold- Out. The apple doesn't fall too far from the tree as her father used to be on television and radio. In fact, a lot of people (including him) believe her talent cames from the genes.
In just two years, her affiliation with Silverbird has given her immense experience and helped boost her career plus it has given her more exposure than she ever imagined.
"It's been such a pleasure working for Silverbird, especially 'Rhythm 93.7. I have such a good relationship with my bosses. They are extremely accommodating and welcome good, revolutionary ideas. Its a family all on its own."
On joining Studio 53 she says, "I am grateful for the Studio 53 opportunity, and my bosses have created a relaxed atmosphere and made my assignments flexible enough to accommodate the new opportunity. I'm still going to be working on radio. It is my first love, but now I'm ready to diversify."