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5 Nollywood Yoruba Stars Who Sings Alongside Their Acting Career. (Photos)

These are A-LIST actors and actresses who are also behind the Yoruba movie sound tracks. Such actresses and actors are also talented artists. Many of them have released their own albums. 


1. ODUNLADE ADEKOLA


Odunlade Adekola was conceived on 31st of December 1976 in Ogun state.  Odunlade Adekola is a Yoruba Nigerian entertainer, vocalist, movie producer and also a director.


 Despite the fact that he is from Otun Ekiti state. He brought himself into the limelight with the lead role in Ishola Durojaye's 2003 film Asiri Gomina and has acted in a lot of Nollywood motion pictures from that point forward. He is additionally the CO founder of Odunlade Adekola's creation.

 

Odunlade went to St. John's Primary School and St. Peter's College in Abeokuta, but continued to Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, where he received a diploma certificate. He continued to promote his studies and earned a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Lagos State in May 2018.

He has gazed in, scripted, and produced several Nigerians films throughout the years. In April 2014 he won the African film academy award for the best on-screen character of the year. In December 2015 he denoted his passageway into the Nigerian music industry. He even had a collection in 2015 for all the film soundtracks he did before 2015. The name of the collection is Morire. He has tunes like Arike and Omo Baba.

2. BUKUNMI OLUWASINA


Bukunmi Oluwashina is from Ekiti state, she was conceived in the mid-1990s. She is additionally the third conceived in the group of 7.


She is a product of Obafemi Awolowo University where she studied theater art.the actress  is a quick-rising Yoruba on-screen character and furthermore an artist.


She has highlighted in several megahit motion pictures including Enitan, Modebi Olami, Ayomi among others. Aside from being a remarkable entertainer, she is likewise the pillar behind plenty of sound tracks. She has hit melodies like Jigijigi, Easy, etc. Bukunmi Oluwashina has a sonorous voice from various soundtracks she has made.


3. IBRAHIM CHATTA


Ibrahim Chatta was conceived on the 13th of October  1970 in Basita situated in Education nearby government region of Kwara state. Ibrahim Chatta is a well known Nigerian entertainer, artist, and producer. He has delivered more than 100 soundtracks.


He has highlighted and created various Yoruba motion pictures and furthermore plenty of soundtracks. His complete name is Ibrahim Abiodun Chatta. His acting career began in the year 1985 when he joined Joseph Olaoye as a result of Baba Ray. He had discharged some prominent hip hop tunes like My Money, Friday Night, and bum bum.

4. DAYO AMUSA


Dayo Amusa is one of the best on-screen characters. Music is something that she appreciates doing even while she was growing up she has been singing right from her youth. While in school she was additionally part of the choristers yet then she dove into media outlets and got consideration as an on-screen character.


She believed she should grasp that stage before digging into Music.

 

Furthermore, before she knew it she previously made a specialty for herself in the Nigerian film industry. Dayo Amusa started her acting profession in the year 2002 and she has won a few honors in her possession.


She has plenty of hot singles including Ayemi, Ayemi Rire highlighting Oritse Femi, Alejo, Blow My Mind, Mamas Love, Omo Daddy, and Married Me.

5. RONKE OJO


Ronke Ojo was born in Lagos State on July 17, 1974, although she is a native of Ondo.


However, she completed her education in primary and secondary school. In the year 2000, when she included Oshodi Oke in the film from which she got her stage name, she turned into an easily recognizable star.

Her melodic career began in the year 2014 in which she began her set of debuts.

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