Olusheyi "Prophet O" Banjo, (pronounced "o-loo-shay-e"), was born on June 3rd, 1980 in San Jose, California to the proud parents of Festus Adeeko and Carla Elanie Banjo(later Mccue).He is the youngest of 3 siblings. At the age of 2 years old he began singing at the Deliverance Church of God in Christ. He began writing poetry at the age of 8 years old. He also won Hillsdale Elementary School's talent show for his singing, 2 years in a row. In 1993 he joined the Miracle Baptist Church' Youth/ Young Adult Choir, where he frequently sang lead. In 1998 he appeared in Andrae Crouch's video "Pray" as a dancer. His first poem "Me and proud to Be" was published by the International Library of Poetry in their book "Halcyon Days" in 2002. He also won the coveted Editors Choice Award for that poem. Other poems followed suit. In 2005 his first poetry book "In Sorrow and Song" was published to great reviews. in 2006, he released his first Gospel project titled "Look What God Has Done". (In Stores Now!!!). On March 26,2007, he became the newest reporter at the Los Angeles Wave/West Hollywood Independent newspaper. On May 1,2008, he began his "The Big O Gospel Show" on www.kjfjfm.com. Olusheyi makes an appearance in webisode of Warner Brother's new web show "Twinkle,"(premiered September 10,2008 on www.wbtv.com)On November 17,2009, Olusheyi released his second gospel project "Olusheyi., which featured his #1 independent single "Stay Prayed Up." Also he makes a cameo appearance in the motion picture "The Soloist."(out April 24,2009.) Olusheyi Banjo looks foward to completing his second volume of poetry as well as other music and entertainment projects in the future which will include his first 3rd gospel project "Joyful Return" out December 7,2010.