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Heavy K – Let Them Talk ft. Niniola & Ntombi

May 16, 2018 at 14:27
Heavy K – Let Them Talk ft. Niniola & Ntombi

Have a listen to Heavy K’s latest hit single titled “Let Them Talk” ft. Niniola & Ntombi. Download Heavy K – Let Them Talk ft. Niniola & Ntombi mp3 here:

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Niniola Apata (conceived 15 December 1986),[1] better known by her stage name Niniola, is a Nigerian artist and songwriter.[2] She rose to acknowledgment in 2013 subsequent to completing third sprinter up on the 6th period of Project Fame West Africa.[3] Upon the arrival of her leap forward introduction single “Ibadi”, Niniola was designated in the “Most Promising Act to Watch” classification at the 2015 Nigeria Entertainment Awards.[4] She presently has a record manage Drumroll Records.

Niniola is a local of Ekiti State however was conceived in Lagos State where she had her essential and auxiliary school training at Apata Memorial High School. She is an alumna of the University of Lagos where she graduated with a Bachelor of Education certificate.[5]

At secondary school shea took an interest in a few social exercises and competitions.[5] She contended in Season 6 of Project Fame West Africa where she set third Runner-Up.[6] During the opposition, she played out a live interpretation of “Limpopo” with KCEE and furthermore played out her arrangement “Itura” which was delivered by Cobhams Asuquo. She refers to Dolly Parton, Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, The Cranberries, Madonna, Beyoncé and Angelique Kidjo as her music influences.[3]

On 19 March 2014, she discharged her introduction single “Ibadi”, delivered by Sarz.[7] The melody got positive basic surveys, topped national music graphs and increased broad airplay.[8] “Ibadi” and her single “Gbowode” were utilized as soundtracks in the Season 2 of Nigerian TV show arrangement Gidi Up. In 2015, she was recorded on notJustOk’s “15 Artists to Watch in 2015” and was assigned in the “Most Promising Act to Watch” classification at the 2015 Nigeria Entertainment Awards.[9][10]

She portrays her style of music as “Afro-House”, a mix of afrobeat and house music.[11]. She verses are for the most part in her lingo – Yoruba dialect as she clarified in an online meeting with Gbolahan Adeyemi of TalkGlitz Media saying she cherishes her way of life and the dialect makes her tune conveyance lovely.

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