In the world of Nigerian entertainment, one name that has been making waves is Iwe Pascal, popularly known as Poco Lee. Born on October 21, 1996, in Orlu, Imo State, Poco Lee has gained recognition as a talented and sensational dancer, MC, and Hypeman. With his skillful legwork and Zanku moves, he has captivated audiences and made a name for himself in the industry. In this blog post, we will delve into the life and journey of Poco Lee, from his early days to his rise to stardom.
Early Life and Education:
Poco Lee spent his formative years in Ojo, Lagos, where he attended Nigerian Navy Primary School, Okokomaiko. He later enrolled at Command Day Secondary School in Ojo for his secondary education. After completing his high school studies, Poco Lee gained admission to Lagos State University (LASU), where he pursued a degree in Microbiology. In 2019, he successfully graduated from LASU, armed with his Bachelor of Arts degree.
Poco Lee’s career in dance and entertainment started on the streets of Lagos. He honed his skills as a dancer while also mastering the art of hosting events as an MC and hypeman. He began gaining recognition after sharing videos of his incredible dance moves online. However, it was a particular video where Poco Lee showcased the popular Zanku and Legwork dance steps at an event held in Lagos State University (LASU) that caught the attention of the internet. The video went viral and was shared by numerous celebrity pages, eventually reaching Zlatan Ibile, the originator of the dance steps. Impressed by Poco Lee’s talent, Zlatan Ibile collaborated with him in the music video for the hit song “Killin’ Dem,” featuring Burna Boy.