At 15 years of age, singer, songwriter, pianist, and gospel recording artist Oladunni Oladipo has been recognized as one of Boston's rising stars for her extraordinary musical accomplishments. Oladunni displayed her talent at an early age when she sang an impressive rendition of Mariah Carey's "Can't take that Away," at age 3 and landed her first public solo performance at age 5 with the song "Great Big Stars." Her storied professional career began with the Boston Pops at age 8 at the 2007 Gospel Night and has been blessed to sing with the Orchestra many times after, including a performance at the 2009 Fourth of July Concert on the Esplanade. She has performed the National Anthem numerous times at the Massachusetts State House at inaugural and commemorative ceremonies. She is beloved by Boston sport fans, performing for the Boston Cannons, for the Boston Celtics from 2008 to date, at Fenway Park with the Boston Red Sox, since 2008 to date singing numbers such as the National Anthem, God Bless America, and recently the Canadian Anthem. Oladunni particularly enjoys lending her voice to charitable events, and has been featured at a number of charitable galas and fundraising events in Boston, including events for the Children's Hospital, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, American Heart Association, 9/11 Commission, and Jeffrey Coombs Memorial Foundation. She has also graced many Awards shows including the ULEM Awards Gala, Partnership Inc 2nd Annual New Day Gala, Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting, and the 15th Annual Rosoff Awards. Oladunni has appeared on the Fox 25 Morning Show, WBZ Channel 4, WHDH "Urban Update," Touch 106.1 FM Radio, The Cinzi Lanvin Show, and NPR "Here and Now" with Robin Young. She has been profiled in various news publications including the Patriot Ledger and the Boston Globe. Oladunni loves to cook, enjoys soccer and basketball.