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Name::Modupe-Oreoluwa Oyeyemi Ola
Birthday:: October 16 1990
Place of Birth: Lagos
State of Origin: Osun State
Record Label: Knighthouse Creative
Management: Knighthouse Entertainment
Contact Person: ‘Rogba Arimoro (07034778208, 08023016608)
In the year 2008, the Nigerian music industry was introduced to a new musical prodigy: Mo’Cheddah. She grew up in the centre of Lagos, Nigeria, in the hustle and bustle of Fola-Agoro, Akoka (a.k.a. F.A.). Modupe-Oreoluwa Ola aka Mo’Cheddah is most widely known for her exceptional performance on the song and video of the hit track ‘The Finest (Won Beri)’. She was a 19yr old Nigerian entertainer and student of creative arts, who describes herself as a new age young Nigerian woman. In her short time in the music industry, she has distinguished herself and is highly sought after for collaborations by A-List artistes, already featuring on songs with major artistes like M.I, Sasha, Mode9, eLDee, Terry the Rapman and many more. She has performed at a large number of events and was showcased on the Girl Power 2009 Tour alongside acts like Ashionye and Nikki Laoye; she was also the 2nd place winner with Knighthouse at the Hennessy Artistry 2009 competition, where she competed alongside the likes of Bez and Cobhams Asuquo, Iceprince and Jesse Jagz, Jimmy Flames and Dr Frabz. She has been interviewed by every major print, radio and TV personality and graced the December 2009 cover of True Love Magazine; which also gave out copies of her limited edition 2009 True Christmas CD to their subscribers. She has been hailed as the future of Nigerian music, Nigeria’s new music queen and the swagger diamond by various major music industry players. In 2010, she released her 1st solo video for her debut single, If You Want Me. The video received rave reviews all over. She was also nominated for the Next Rated Artist award at the Hiphop World Awards alongside the likes of Jesse Jagz, Da Prince and Skuki and in the same year
she was selected by MTV Networks Africa to be the 1st Nigerian artist to be featured on MTVBase Brand New, a new promo package to showcase hot upcoming acts across the African continent. New from Her »See Me ft Phyno
At the age of 16 Tiwa Savage was destined to sing backup for George Michael. While puffing on her trombone near the back of the orchestra, Savage gazed through the rows of musicians and decided to position herself in the spotlight – singing in the front row.
An instant classic, folks about town in London started to take notice and she was soon sharing a stage with the “Faith” singer. Cementing her fate as an infectious musical force Savage went on to sing backup for Mary J. Blige, Destiny’s Child, Chaka Khan, Spice Girl Emma Bunton, Kelly Clarkson, Andreas Bocelli, Sting, 50 Cent, The Black Eyed Peas, Eminem and Robbie Williams. Signed to Sony ATV as one of their premier songwriters, Savage embark on a solo career and release her debut in early 2011. Weaving an eclectic collision of influences on her record, the Nigerian native says her album will blend, “songs in my native language Yoruba and some straight up R&B soulful pop records.”
Likening herself to an afro-pop Brandy, the singer, who also runs her own label 323 Music Entertainment with partner TJ (aka Tbillz), has collaborated with Chuck Harmony (Rihanna, Mary J. Blige), Warren “Oak” Felder (Chris Brown, Jennifer Lopez), and producer Sossick on her debut.
An avid songwriter since the age of 15, sessions with such heavyweights as Babyface, The Underdogs (Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears), Brian Kennedy (Jennifer Hudson, Kid Sister) and RedOne (Lady Gaga, Kylie Minogue) led to Savage writing hits like Jaicko’s “Oh Yeah,” which features Snoop Dogg, Kat Deluna’s “Push Push” featuring Akon and with production by David Guetta, and Fantasia’s “Collard Greens & Cornbread,” from the album Back to Me.
But writing for herself has been more rewarding. “I have political songs like ‘Middle Passage,’ which is about the struggles of African men in a foreign country,” says the Berklee College of Music scholarship recipient and graduate. “And I have a song called ‘I Think My Boyfriend’s Gay.’ Now it’s really about what I feel like writing. She said.
New from her »Just don’t leave without my heart ft Don Jazzy
Birth name::Aituaje Aina Vivian Ebele Iruobe
Genres::Pop, R&B, soul, blues, Rock
Years active::2005 –present
Associated acts::P-Square, Banky W, M.I, Muna, Omawumi, eLDee
Aituaje Iruobe (born September 1), who is mostly known as WAJE which is the acronym for “Words aren’t just enough” is a Nigerian singer whose vocal range covers three octaves. The lady behind the remake of P-Square’s “Omoge Mi” and the female voice in the duo’s 2008 hit track “Do Me”, Banky W “Thief my Kele”,M.I “One Naira”
Waje was born in Akure in Nigeria then moved to Benin where she was raised by her parents, Mr & Mrs Iruobe. As a young and gifted singer, she once sang gospel tunes to the delight of the late Archbishop Benson Idahosa of the Word of Faith Church, Benin who was quite impressed by her gift and decided to cater for her all through her secondary school days. After which she moved to Enugu for a degree in social work at University of Nigeria. While in school, Waje was very much with her musical side by making sure she performed in school concerts and fellowship. She made sure she listened and learned from legends she describes as her mentors,e.g WHITNEY HOUSTON,ARETHA FRANKLIN E.T.C
Waje started singing professionally in 2005 while she was still in school, University of Nigeria and has since taken over the scene. In 2008, Waje participated in the Zain/MTV Africa’s Advance Warning competition and was in the top three. She released “Somewhere” which got a Hip Hop World Award nomination for Best Vocal Performance (Female) while “Kolo” got her a nomination at the Nigeria Music Video Awards for Best New Video. Another track of hers is Adaku. In 2011 Waje released a hit single entitled So Inspired featuring Muna and For a Minute
Name:: Omawumi Megbele
Omawumi Megbele is a Nigerian singer. Born to Chief Dr Frank and Mrs Aya Megbele on the 13th of April 1982, Omawumi had her primary and secondary education in Warri, Delta State and headed on to Ambrose Alli University (former Edo State University) Ekpoma, Edo State where she got a Degree in Law.
On the 26th Day of January 2007, Omawumi auditioned for the West African version of an internationally acclaimed TV show tagged ‘IDOLS WEST AFRICA’.Omawumi with her strong voice and out-going personality dazzled the millions of viewers across the continent with each ‘spectacular’ and was voted the 1ST RUNNER UP of IDOLS WEST AFRICA when the competition ended in May 2007,She was amongst the cast for the 2009 edition of the Vaginal Monologues (a highly reputed play that reflects the negative issues affecting women in Nigeria), she has also written and done vocals for theme songs and these include songs for MTN, Zain and the theme song for Malta Guinness ‘Top of The World Goodness’ campaign. She has been nominated severally for many awards including two categories of SOUNDCITY MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS(SMVA)-Best Special Effects and Editing. She won the most coveted prize of the HIPHOP WORLD AWARDS (HHWA) 2009-NextRated and Best Vocal Performance(Female).
Her debut album features singles like In the music, Chocolata, Today na today and Miss my baby.
New from her » Bottom Belle Ft Flavour
Instruments::Vocals, Guitar, Trumpet, Drums
Born in 1982 a Nigerian singer-songwriter and recording artist. Her stage name “Asa” means “Hawk” in Yoruba,Born Bukola Elemide, Asa was born in Paris, France to Nigerian parents. She was two years old when her family returned to live in Nigeria. Asa grew up in Lagos, in the south-western part of Nigeria,However twenty years later Asa returned to Paris, which is where her life as an artist took wing. She discovered Erykah Badu, D’Angelo, Raphael Saadiq, Lauryn Hill, Femi Kuti and Angélique Kidjo, in whose footprints she dreamed of following.
Asa soon signed to the ‘Naïve label’. Partnered by Cobhams, and with the new involvement of Christophe Dupouy, she produced her first album, “Asha”.Her second album titled “Beautiful Imperfection” was released on 25 October 2010. The lead single off Beautiful Imperfection is titled “Be My Man”. Speaking in January 2011 to noted UK soul writer Pete Lewis – Assistant Editor of Blues & Soul – about her second album, Asa stated: “‘Beautiful Imperfection’ basically represents the way I see life. The name actutally came about from an interview I did about a year ago. I was asked to describe my life. And my reply was ‘Well, its really beautiful- but at the same time it’s IMPERFECT!… And what I realised from that is that I actually LIKE the imperfection! I like the little surprises
It’s all about the females here Clue present female fans choice Top5 9ja Female Artiste