Babatunde "BABA" Ogunlade

By Way Of: New York City, NY

Studying Course 10: Chemical Engineering

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In the beginning God created the heaven and earth.
And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep.
And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
And God said, Let there be light: and there, was Baba.

Baba’s voice was among the first things brought into existence from the void. It became the holy force that shaped the rivers and mountains, the surging sound that cleared the oceans and valleys. Eventually it taught humans how to tame fire, guided them to civilization, and instructed them to remember it through stories passed down through oral tradition.

Some historical documents describe the voice of Baba as the projection of God’s voice himself. Recent scientific studies describe it as having both wave and particle-like properties. Philosophers continue to debate its creation and composition.

Stories passed down from generations tell that Baba’s voice was threaded together with rays of light, wisps of Heaven’s clouds, and strands of angel hairs. They tell of its miraculous journey to Hell and back, acquiring badass beats forged in the fires of the Underworld. They say that any song with Baba’s original riff added to the end of it will become your new favorite song, and there’s no doubt that his voice alone invites marriage proposals from every woman (and man) in the vicinity.

It was not until recently that Baba’s voice took physical form. Baba can often be found at MIT sporting the Log’s signature BAM and wearing a friendly smile that will melt your insides.

“Baba,” being one of the most spoken syllables in the history of a cappella, confirms the eternal quality of Baba’s voice. It was fate and fate along that brought Baba to join the Logs, the best place for Baba to take his voice to an unprecedented, ungodly level.