Feranmi Oguns is a creative, multi-talented musician from the capital that is London. Known by most as Féz, Feranmi grew up in a vibrant music-loving household and soon discovered his strong passion for music, and at the age of 11 he began to play the drums. At 16 Feranmi went on to study music at The Brit School Of Performing Arts, well known for alumni such as Floetry, Adele, Leona Lewis, Kate Bush, Rizzle Kicks, Ella Eyre and many more. His talent evident, upon completing his course at The Brit School Feranmi received a scholarship to study at Berklee College of Music in Boston Massachusetts; however he boldly opted to head into the world as a session musician.
In 2012 Feranmi founded the jazz band The Outlanders, comprised of instrumentalists he had connected with in the music scene. The band recorded and released two records, featuring the likes of Grammy award winning bass player Michael League (Snarky Puppy) and MOBO Nominee Femi Temowo. Feranmi wrote and produced both records, leading to his increasing recognition as a songwriter and producer. Feranmi organised two UK tours for The Outlanders in 2013. Within six months the talented band had played 41 shows across the UK, raising their profile and promoting their vibrant and unique jazz style. Shortly after the tour The Outlanders decided to take a break, which opened the door for Feranmi to pursue further production and song writing opportunities.
The next two years saw Feranmi produce over fifteen records, most of which he is also credited as a writer. Acknowledging his talent as a producer, Feranmi launched his own production company OL Music in 2015.