Never challenge L.A.X to a sport. Any sport.
The man is comfortable on every court, table and pitch you can think of.
"I am an all-round sportsman," the Nigerian musician tells us. "So fitness, table tennis, volleyball, tennis, basketball is my language."
He brings this versatility to his music: new single Faster has "an infusion of three different sounds, Afrobeats, Dancehall and Ampiano vibes."
Probably best not challenge him to a sing-off, either.
Board games, however? You might have a chance at board games. Bring out the Monopoly!
What upcoming projects are you most excited about?
I am excited about my next single ’Faster’ – I can’t wait to release it. It has an infusion of three different sounds, Afrobeats, Dancehall and Ampiano vibes.
I can’t wait for people to hear it! It’s definitely one to get people up on the dance floor.
What is your proudest professional accomplishment?
Winning Nigerian Entertainment Award for “Diaspora Artist Of The Year’ in 2013 was definitely a highlight for me.
At the time I was studying my masters in the UK so I was very busy focusing on that whilst also putting a lot of time and energy in to music.
It was amazing to be recognised for the handwork, I always make sure to celebrate the great milestones.
If you could change one thing about your career, what would it be?
I never regret anything, I wouldn’t want to change anything. Growth is so important to me so I’m more excited about the future more than anything.
What do you hope to achieve that you haven’t yet?
Good question, I really want to win a Grammy, that would be a huge achievement. Also selling out the O2 in London is a dream of mine.
In terms of musical collaborations, I would love to work on a song with Drake.