To keep the original sound of her music, she never employed any western instruments. All instruments used for her songs were local and indigenous as well as identifying with her roots, the cultural Asiko of the Ikale people.
In 1976, Comfort and her band released their first album, “Orogen rogen” and this made her the first woman in Ikale, old Ondo state, to take music as a profession.
She played prominent roles in the promotion of traditional music and her music reportedly competed with the late Afrobeat legend, Fela’s works on the foreign airwaves as authentic music from Africa.
Regarded as Queen of Asiko music, Comfort recorded a total of 60 albums throughout her career. She sang about politics, the economy, current affairs, using exhortation, advice, prayer and moral integrity.
She was nominated by the Federal government of Nigeria to represent the country at the Black Cultural Festival scheduled for USA in April 1984 but did not hold due to the change of government in December 1983.