Yemi Eberechi Alade, simply known as Yemi Alade, is a Nigerian Afropop singer and songwriter.
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Yemi Eberechi Alade popularly known as Yemi Alade, is a Nigerian Afro pop singer, born on March 13, 1989 in Abia State, Nigeria. Yemi’s father, Mr., James Alade is of Yoruba origin whileher mother Helen Uzoma is an Igbo woman.
Yemi is the fifth of seven children begat by her parents. She is a sister to the famous Jessica Ejiofor, who is popularly known as Stelea.Yem Alade attended St Saviour British Primary School. After her primary education, she attended Victory Grammar School.
Yemi studied Geography at the University of Lagos.After her University education, Yemi ventured formerly into the music industry. Her talent as a musician came to lime light when she won the Peak Talent Show in the year 2009.
She later released her first single titled “Fimisile” under the Jus’ Kiddin’ label.She belonged to a group called Noty and made her debut in the year 2005. In 2012, she signed to music label Effyzzie Music Group and consequently released her single “Ghen Ghen Love”.
Yemi Alade was not popular until she won thePeak Talent Showin 2009, however before then she was already pursuing a career in music with an all girl group called “Noty Spices”. She also released other singlesFimisile, Ghen Ghen LoveandBamboo.
But she only truly burst into limelight after releasingJohnnyproduced by Selebobo. The song immediately became an international smash hit and topped charts in not only Nigeria but Tanzania, Ghana, Liberia, Kenya, Uganda, the United Kingdom, South Africa and Zimbabwe. The video was one of the most viewed on YouTube for months.
Of course that fit caught the attention of Nigerians and garnered her more fans andmore recognition. She went on to release more albums and singles. She has also collaborated with the likes of Phyno and Selebobo to make even more good music.