Timaya – Bam Bam ft. Olamide

October 01, 2018 at 11:10
Timaya - Bam Bam ft. Olamide

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Enitimi Alfred Odom (conceived 15 August 1980), better known by his stage name Timaya, is a Nigerian vocalist and lyricist. He is the author of South hip bounce bunch Dem Mama Soldiers. His performance vocation started in 2005 with the arrival of “Dem Mama”, which additionally showed up on his presentation collection, True Story discharged the next year. His second collection Gift and Grace was discharged in 2008.

Timaya increased further perceivability and global conspicuousness through his third studio collection De Rebirth—discharged in organization with Black Body Entertainment—and its lead single “Plantain Boy”.[1] Both were monetarily fruitful. He worked together with Dem Mama Soldiers on the collection LLNP (Long Life N Prosperity). In 2012, Timaya discharged Upgrade, which brought forth hits “Bum”, “Attractive Ladies”, and “Malonogede”. To date, his work has earned him four Headies Awards, and one Nigeria Music Award.

Inetimi Alfred Odon was conceived on fifteenth of August 1980 in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. He grew up as a major aspect of an expansive family; the most youthful of fifteen kids in Agip Estate, Port Harcourt. His dad was a financier and his mom was a merchant. For his initial instruction, Odon went to Assemblies of God Nursery And Primary School.[3] His auxiliary school training started at Nkpolu Oroworukwo in Port Harcourt.[1] He would frequently defy house guidelines to go to late-night music occasions. Before Timaya could move on from school, his mom masterminded him to movement with his more seasoned sibling and more established sister to Lagos. In the wake of moving to the city, he picked up entrance into Lagos’ Ikeja Grammar School, where he in the end acquired an optional school certificate.[4]

Timaya later came back to Port Harcourt to consider Banking and Finance at tertiary-level, be that as it may, he performed inadequately in examinations and dropped out after first semester.[3] He at that point moved back to Lagos to join Eedris Abdulkareem’s hiphop gather as a reinforcement vocalist.[5] After three years working for Eedris, Timaya left from the gathering to center around his performance profession. He started to record coordinated efforts with individual cutting-edge craftsmen and showed up in an unreleased music video by UDX, a Lagos-based rap group.[6] He along these lines met maker K-Solo in Mafoluku, Oshodi, who delivered his first significant hit record “Dem Mama” in the wake of hearing him play out the a cappella version.[7] Describing the melody in a meeting posted on August 2013, Timaya stated: “Dem Mama” was a record of the 1999 pulverization of Odi, a waterway side network in Niger Delta. Warriors were chasing down activists they charged slaughtered eight policemen. The town was burned to the ground and various individuals slaughtered. I intrepidly handled the issue years after the fact and won moment road validity for my intensity.

After the accomplishment of “Dem Mama”, Timaya chose to proceed with K-Solo. He recorded seven more melodies for his first collection True Story, which was in the long run discharged in 2007.[9] Later that year, Timaya started chip away at his second collection with makers Phyno, Jeggs, Spankie, Akeem D Beat, K-Solo and Terry G.[10] In 2008, the collection titled Gift and Grace was discharged into stores across the country. Timaya won two honors in 2008: “Collection of the Year” at Nigeria Music Awards and “Best Reggae/Dancehall collection” at the Headies Awards. He likewise got two honors “Best Reggae/Dancehall collection” for Gift and Grace and “Best Collaboration” for his component on J Martins’ “Great or Bad (O Wey)” at the 2009 version of The Headies.[11] Two years after the fact, Timaya discharged his third collection, De Rebirth and its prosperity themed lead single “Plantain Boy”. The collection’s creation was taken care of by Akeem D Beat, Phyno, Flux, M-Yire, Jay Sleek, N.D, Jesse Jagz, and K-Solo. Timaya worked together with visitor specialists, including 2face Idibia, TJ 2Solo, Allenian, Konga, Lanre, M.I, TJ, and Wrecoba.[12] In 2010, he showed up on the melody “Kokoroko” by female gospel craftsman Kefee, which went ahead to win in the “Best Collaboration” class at the 2010 Headies Awards.[13]

In November 2011, Timaya discharged LLNP (Long Life And Prosperity), a community collection with Dem Mama Soldiers. The collection’s second track “Dem No Like Me” highlighted a visitor appearance by unbelievable reggae artist, Ras Kimono.[14] On 25 June 2012, Timaya discharged a 14-track collection titled Upgrade, which delivered hits “Provocative Ladies”, “Bum” and “Malonogede”. The collection highlights joint efforts with Attitude, Terry G and Vector. Duncan Mighty and Timaya dueted on “I Know I Know Dat”, which was spilled onto the web a couple of hours after the previous’ collection Footprints was discharged into stores.[16] Both specialists were among the honorees at the fourth yearly Odudu Music Awards close by M-Trill, Sodi Cookey, Becky Enyioma and Timi Dakolo.


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