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May 15, 2017

#ManCrushMonday: Mr Capable, Banky W

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Written by: Nesiama Esther
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Oluwabankole Wellington who is known under the stage name Banky W, and credited in film as Banky Wellington, is a Nigerian singer-songwriter, rapper, mentor and actor.

His music career kicked off fully in 2013 when he launched his new album “R&BW” with a concert tagged the “The Grand Love Concert” at the Civic Centre, Ozumba Mbadiwe, Victoria Island, Lagos, which featured several other artistes including Iyanya, Waje and more. The first two singles from the album are “Lowkey” and “Yes/No”.

He and Sasha P were the first official ambassadors of Samsung electronics in Nigeria. He is also a band ambassador for Ciroc ultra-premium vodka.

Banky W is a beautiful R&B singer who has time and again, thrilled his fans with rhythmic love songs such as Jasi, Jaiye Orimi, Lagos Party, Yes or No, High Notes, All I want is you and Made for you. 

He recently starred in “The Wedding Party“, a movie that made and broke records. The internet has been buzzing for some days now after he announced his engagement to co-star Adesuwa Etomi. A lot of hearts have been broken as one of the most-eligible bachelors is now officially off the market.

Banky W is also the co-owner of E.M.E. Records.




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