Opolopo is Yoruban for "plenty", a word that best exemplifies the diversity of this production wizard’s musical voyage. Whether it's house, boogie, broken beat, funk or soul, his compositions and productions are always uncompromising with a steady gaze on the horizon and a quick glance in the rear-view mirror.
Starting out with over dubbing on cassette decks with a Casio VL Tone toy keyboard in his early teens, to constructing soundscapes on synths, beat boxes and computers, Opolopo is one of Scandinavia’s most extraordinary producers.
Born in Zirc, Hungary he spent the early part of his creative development tagging along with a touring keyboardist father and listening to fusion and electronic records. Artists like Herbie Hancock, Jeff Lorber, Earth Wind & Fire, Quincy Jones, Jean-Michel Jarre, Isao Tomita, and Kraftwerk helped feed his ingenuity. The likes of George Clinton, Bootsy and General Caine infected him for life with the funk virus.
Opolopo DJ:s from London to Tokyo. His sets span from funk, boogie and soul to various shades of house. From sweaty, stripped down and dirty to uplifting and lush. All unified by his worship of The Groove.
His music spans over two decades on labels such as Local Talk, JVC Japan, Z Records, Om Records, Warner Brothers, Tru Thoughts, Sony/BMG, Defected, Tokyo Dawn Records and Especial Records. Collaborations/remixes include Grammy nominated vocalist Gregory Porter, Omar, Steve Arrington, Lisa Stansfield, Shaun Escoffery, Sandy Barber, The Sunburst Band, Mario Biondi, Azymuth, Dazz Band, Mr. V, and Leroy Burgess.
Opolopo made #4 on Traxsource's top 100 Soulful House Artists of 2015 and # 6 in 2018. With his remix of Rapsons' Heat for Defected Records, he also had the #1 Soulful House Track of 2018.
After spending eight months in Dubai as the first ever resident DJ and Music Director at a Four Seasons hotel, he's now back in Stockholm, touring the world and working on new material.
2018 has been busy with a number of remixes and original productions. Original releases for Good For You Records, Groove Odyssey Records and Rhemi Music are soon to be followed in 2019 by a third EP for Z Records and a second EP for Local Talk Records.