Bombshell naija artiste AKONE is here again with the newest strap for the street, LEGOVER – produced by ZEALOUSE and the hype for the naija DJs. New slang, new song.
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Yemi Eberechi Alade (born 13 March 1989), simply known as Yemi Alade, is a Nigerian Afropop singer and songwriter. She gained prominence after winning the Peak Talent Show in 2009, and is best known for her hit single “Johnny”
Yemi Eberechi Alade was born on March 13, 1989 in Abia State, Nigeria. Her father James Alade is of Yorubaorigin while her mother Helen Uzoma is of Igbo origin resulting in her being referred as “Yoruba-Igbo girl”. Alade is the fifth out of the seven children in her family. She attended St Saviour British Primary School, then went on to Victory Grammar School, Lagos, before obtaining a degree in Geography at the University of Lagos.
Music career Alade made her musical debut in an all-girl group called Noty Spices in 2005, but her music became widely popular after she won the Peak Talent Show in 2009. She later released her first single “Fimisile” under the Jus’ Kiddin’ label.
In 2012, she signed onto the music label, Effyzzie Music Group, and released her single “Ghen Ghen Love”.
In July 2013, Alade released the video for her romantic afro-R&B song “Bamboo”, produced by Fliptyce. “Bamboo” went on to be a moderate hit and a popular wedding song. In the last quarter of 2013, she broke records when her most recent hit single, “Johnny”, produced by Selebobo, was leaked on the internet. The song became an international smash hit as it dominated music charts in Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana, South Africa, Liberia, Uganda, Zimbabwe, and the United Kingdom, among others. It has been listed as one of the best songs of 2013, despite the fact that it was released towards the end of the year and without a music video.
Alade has been featured on the covers of several magazines and performed around the world, sharing the stage and songs with Mary J. Blige, Shina Peters, M.I, Wizkid, Becca, May D, Waje and Yemi Sax. She also headlined the Super Diva’s Nite at the 2013 Calabar Festival, and opened for the 2013 Headies Awards (popularly referred to as the “Nigerian Grammys”).
In 2014, Alade was featured on Yung6ix’s track “Lights”, as well as on a remix of “Sebiwo” by Beninese afropop star Lace. Alade teamed up with award-winning cinematographer Clarence Peters to create a music video for “Johnny”, which was released in March 2014 to critical acclaim and now has more than 32 million views on YouTube, as of December 2015.
Alade joined M.I, Waje, Timi Dakolo, and Burna Boy in singing the theme song for Port Harcourt, the UNESCO 2014 World Book Capital, as part of a project urging young people to read and stay in school. Shortly after that, Alade released a new single entitled “Tangerine”, featuring Selebobo; the critically acclaimed track charted across Africa. She appeared as a guest artist on Falz’s debut album.
She released her debut album, King of Queens, on 2 October 2014, and then went on tour. Yemi Alade then released her second studio album, titled “Mama Africa”, in March 2016.
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MONIGLISH Shows he is still for the street with new song featuring Shakur.
LAPATO, artiste delivers the tune with unique vocal gymnastics that is best for the street. Lapato the funny expression would stick the chorus to any mind. Download the relevant context below.
After spending months tantalizing fans with snippets from his scintillating singles in the year SHA LO has unveiled the visuals in full with this one from consistence artist. “AKONE MONIGLISH “ titled SHA LO.
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FEPO SINU GEN MI. Talks about Nigerian’s life style. clear enough the power supply (Electricity) is not stable. The popular means of generating light is by *Generator*. And every one bought a Gen. that suit the life style.
And we all have to fuel our Generator for a reason best known to us.
My reason is to Record a Session of my song and Charging of my Phone.
What’s your Reason?
Why do Fuel your Gen?
#Moniglish FEPO SINU GEN MI…Meaning (Fuel My Gen).