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June 7, 2017

Woman Crush Wednesday: Niyola

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Written by: Quebex
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Eniola Akinbo was born in Lagos as the youngest of ten children. She sang in church with her siblings and she was inspired when she attended a Funmi Adams concert.

Niyola started her sojourn into music began in 2000, when she emerged runner up at the Amen Starlet Competition. In 2005, Niyola began her professional music career and was briefly affiliated with eLDee’s Trybe’s Records, following that she put pen to paper on a production deal with Freestyle’s Make Sum Noise Entertainment. Niyola’s first three singles; Me n U (In da club), No more and Dem say were released under this imprint.

Niyola was signed to Empire Mates Entertainment in 2012 as the first lady in the house. On 22 May 2013 Niyola released her first single, “Toh Bad”, under the Empire Mates Entertainment label. 
Niyola recently breaks her silence with a classic number featuring Adekunle Gold, titled “Where Is The Love?“which is dedicated to her late friend, Karabo Mokoena. The song was produced by T.K. This track is the first single off her forthcoming project “SELF-ish“.

The song is heartwarming and exposes us to the genuine purity of her heart.



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