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The Oladipo Sisters are a contemporary gospel duo from Massachusetts. Oladunni (20) and Olayeni (18) released their debut gospel album "The Mighty One" in 2011, followed by an original, patriotic song "A Song for America" in 2012. This song was premiered by the world renowned Boston Pops Orchestra for a three-day performance at the Boston Symphony Hall in 2013. They released another gospel single titled "Trade It All In" in 2015. The Oladipo Sisters share a British, American, and Nigerian heritage, often infusing these cultures into their music. Tapped by Roots Radio to host and produce their own show, the Oladipo Sisters launched a weekly show “Oladipo Sisters’ Playlist” in 2013, which aired for three years. 

The Oladipo Sisters have been featured in the Boston Globe and appeared on NPR, ABC, and NBC affiliate stations in Boston. They often perform at commemorative ceremonies at the Massachusetts State House, in addition to many private events and galas. 

Their new album “The Rebirth” was released in June 2018. This album represents the Oladipo Sisters’ new and mature sound as artists. After stepping away from their professional careers to focus on school, they are ready to step back into the scene and share their music with the world.

In their spare time, the sisters enjoying cooking and dancing. Olayeni spends her afternoons playing field hockey and running track. Oladunni enjoys crafting and design.