Remilekun was recognised as a talented singer at a very tender age, known for singing covers from Indian blockbuster movies and hymns at daily family prayers. Remilekun naturally evolved into leading Christmas carols, plays, cultural songs and dances at primary school events. She excelled in these activities and became an established lead. She continued leading major events in secondary school where she performed in music concerts and recorded a group choir album.
At University, while studying Chemical Engineering, she won campus awards as the Most Valuable Soloist (female), Best Praise Worship Leader (female) and Best Choir on Campus for her team. She was a two-tenure lead of the praise team for the most populous Christian fellowship on campus and the Choir Leader for the Fellowship of Christian Students (FCS), leading a group of ninety members which increased to about two hundred within that tenure. At the time, many students were inspired to join the choir. Remilekun institutionalised music concerts whenever she had the opportunity to lead. She inspired and influenced her university choir to organise a live recorded concert in the year 2000.
She went on to lead several choirs in her home church in Nigeria and in London. Remilekun was privileged to mobilise and lead a community choir in Kent, England and was also a Worship Leader in a music and drama group; “The Ancient Landmark”, renown for creating original plays and song writing. She founded a much beloved teen choir in London, providing mentorship and support to aspiring musicians.
Her music is a blend of genres that transcend a specific category, with flavours from diverse traditions.