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Orezi – Whine For Daddy ft. Tekno

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Orezi – Whine For Daddy ft. Tekno

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Esegine Allen (conceived 28 March 1986), better known by his stage name Orezi, is a Nigerian performer from Delta State. He rose to noticeable quality with his melody “Rihanna” in 2013.[1][2]

Esegine Orezi Allen was conceived in Owhelogbo, Isoko, Delta State, where he grew up with his family. He is the first of five kids. He went to the Command Secondary School in Abakaliki. He moved on from the University of Lagos and finished the obligatory one year NYSC program.[3]

Orezi started his music vocation in mid 2009. He has worked with a few makers, including Kiddominant, Del B and Dokta Frabz.[4][5] Orezi’s first melodic discharge was “I No Fit Lie”. The music video for the melody was shot in South Africa. The melody ended up plainly Radio Continental’s signature tune. In this manner, Orezi featured a show named after the melody. The show was composed by the Continental Broadcasting Services (CBS), proprietors of Radio and TV Continental.[6]

In 2010, Orezi discharged “High B.P”. The music video for the tune was embraced by MTV Base.[7] In late 2010, he discharged another single titled “Jamilaya”, highlighting UK circle move DJ JamJam. Like its forerunners, the tune got rave reviews.[8]

In mid 2011, Orezi was included on the track “Emoti” close by Danagog, Igho, and DJ Debby. It was played on Trace TV, MTV Base, Sound City, and One Music. Orezi blasts onto the Nigerian Music scene in the wake of working together with DJ Jimmy Jatt.[9] He was included on Jatt’s “Komije” single nearby Sauce Kid, Muna, and Igho.

Orezi discharged the music video for his melody “Goods Bounce” which highlighted cameo appearances from Karen Igho, Bovi, Wande Coal, Kay Switch, Sina Rambo, Vina, Danagog, Skuki and General Pype, among others. For half a month, the tune was one of the main ten African melodies on Trace Urban, Channel O, and MTV. The music video for the tune got a designation in the Reggae/Dancehall classification at the 2012 Channel O Music Video Awards.[10]

He performed at the 2010 Star Trek melodic show visit held in Kaduna and Makurdi. He likewise graced the phase at Nigeria’s 50th Independence Anniversary festivity in 2010. In mid 2011, Orezi performed at DJ Jimmy Jatt’s “Bounce Off Show”. The show was held at the Get Arena in Lekki. He has performed at a few club visits, both in Nigeria and South Africa. He was a piece of the Emoti Tour composed by DJ Debby. He additionally performed at Club Inc in South Africa. In 2012, Orezi performed at the Rhythm Unplugged show in Ibadan, and visited with Trace Urban and St. Remy.[11]

In March and September 2014, he discharged the French variant of his single “Shoki” and in addition the music video for his “You Garrit” single, respectively.[12] [13]

In September 2015, he discharged his presentation collection titled Ghen, highlighting joint efforts with 9ice, Davido, Flavor, Ice Prince, M.I Abaga, Timaya and Wizkid. The collection was evaluated 3.0 (worth looking at) on a size of 5 by Pulse NG.[14] In November 2015, he discharged the music video for his hit single “Ogede”.

He discharged a dubious cover for his single “Bring in the police” in September 2016



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