As a child, his dream was to follow in the footsteps of his grandfather - '70s music icon Samuel Adeoshun. Adeoshun was a renowned gospel music composer who became one of the first musicians to record African gospel music on vinyl.
Andrew Bello came into the limelight with his first single 'E WA BA MI JO' which was released in 2008, since then he has soared, raising enough buzz to prominence. With his commitment, unique and inimitable style as well as sultry looks, he is on the verge to become one of the biggest stars emerging from the UK gospel music scene.
His proficient use of the Yoruba language in creating the medieval style hype on tracks is impressive, working with producers Olly Jay, Shabach, Marvin key lyric and Dami Dimention. The songwriter also co-produces the instrumentation used alongside producers.
Andrew Bello camee second runners up at Mr Nigeria Uk 2007 Association of Nigerians. He has also been nominated for the AGMA 2010 and received a BRITAFRQUE award in 2010 for his commitment to young people through music. Additionally, he has also be awarded with the PGM Award (uk) in 2010 for contributing Towards the Gospel Music.
In 2011, He is currently being managed by Britto's PR/ artist management in the UK.
In march 2012, Andrew launched his album ' Centre Of Attraction'. The album contains songs, 'Bosi center', 'I will praise your name ', 'Omo Jesu' which are growing into hits with Nigerians in the UK.