All over the world, there is always a city known for producing music stars. In America, Compton (in Carlifornia), in UK, London, in South Africa, Johannesburg e.t.c. One city that has been able to produce music stars over the years is Jos. ANTHONY ADA ABRAHAM writes on some of the biggest names who started off from J-townReal name Innocent UjahIdibia (born in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria), better known by his stage name 2face Idibia, is a Nigerian singer-songwriter, record producer and entrepreneur.
Mtchwwwww…. the fear of DNA…….I really hope this is the end because any more drama after this will probably get the same reaction as the third and final one from the townspeople in the story of The Boy Who Cried Wolf.
In 1992, unsure of a career in music, he joined the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) Kaduna, where he spent a year and six months but left when ex-band mate, wrote a letter saying he wanted them to do a song together called ““. The track was a hit. In 1994, the Delta State indigene, dropped his solo debut effort titled “”. The album spawned many hits, brought him fame and wealth and also provided a ray of hope for a number of Ajegunle youth to pursue their musical dreams. The song and tune of
We have selected them from different strata of society. Each one has contributed immensely influencing Nigerians in various ways. Is it Oluwole Akinwande, the poet whose ———-, gets you dizzy? Or Asa, the one whose African lyrics hit high notes on the air waves of Champse de Elise in Paris? Or Pastor Enoch Adeboye, whose genteel manner is said to break down the fiercest of strongholds.The impulse to sign every international instrument without proper scrutiny for our national interest has lu