A female artist that is setting up her own pattern, an obvious ideology that differs from her colleagues.
She came to the industry with a bang but even prior to her music releases she has been indirectly involved with music right from the MTN Project Fame – West Africa. She had began to set sights from that point.
Niniola pulled everyone’s attention to herself when she started putting out her works after inking a deal with Drumroll/NaijaReview straight after the musical TV show. She put out one or two songs that probably described what her brand was really all about.
I’m like 80% sure that even before she thought of venturing into music fully, she sat and thought about it, I mean, what is not yet done before. Most Nigerian female strongstress do their music mostly in Nigerians official language. Nobody came with a different pattern all did the same shii
Niniola craved a niche for her brand, she thought outside the box and came into the industry with something different. A Yoruba songstress that sings with the language is one of those things the Yoruba indigenes would always be crazy about.
Nini is an entertainer that is filled with pride of her culture, I could remember interviewing her for a website in 2015 she said;
“I’m a proud Yoruba girl. I love my culture and will always showcase it. The Yoruba language makes the song delivery beautiful.
That was 2015 and now 2017 plus she’s still following the same trend and she’s everywhere!
The Biology Education graduate from the University Of Lagos does an interjection of English & Yoruba singing pattern, and she Flys out in colors.
This Is Me – her body of work depicts nothing but excellence as she proudly showed off her numerous abilities mixing and switching different types of genres infusing them together and making lovable sounds.
Niniola is a female act that’s not sure she is going to be leaving the music scene anytime soon. She’s cementing her spots so good and she’s raising high hopes for years to come.
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