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Twin-X Singer brothers to make return to Nigerian music [Photos]

Twin-X’s journey into the Nigerian music mainstream started in 2000 when they met Big Bamo of XL House, the man made popular for discovering another Ibadan-based boy group Maintain.

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Twin-X are gearing up for a comeback into the Nigerian music industry.

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After a lengthy absence from the Nigerian music scene,  Twin-X twins; Tywo and Keni Akintoye, are staging a comeback.

Twin-X are gearing up for a comeback into the Nigerian music industry. play

Twin-X are gearing up for a comeback into the Nigerian music industry.

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The twin brothers, who dazzled music buffs with their single, Mother Mi, stuns in new photos. Scroll below to see the photos in the gallery.

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Twin-X are gearing up for a comeback into the Nigerian music industry.

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Twin-X’s journey into the Nigerian music mainstream started in 2000 when they met Big Bamo of XL House, the man made popular for discovering another Ibadan-based boy group Maintain.

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Twin-X are gearing up for a comeback into the Nigerian music industry.

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While they recorded their own songs, the duo provided vocals at several shows for Maintain who were only rappers, and on May 27 2001 their debut ‘Mother mi’ was released to wide acceptance, the video of which memorably featured many of Nigeria’s hottest celebrities at the time, including Nollywood stars, Uche Jombo, Steph Nora Okere, Jennifer Eliogu; Kennis Music boss, Kenny Ogungbe; ID Ogungbe, Nigezie boss, Kwame, Tony Tetuila and others paying tributes to their mothers.

Twin-X are gearing up for a comeback into the Nigerian music industry. play

Twin-X are gearing up for a comeback into the Nigerian music industry.

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In 2003, they parted ways with Big Bamo and by 2004 they released the album ‘Plenty Money’ on M&C Music with more videos, including their 2003 remake of legendary Ebenezer Obey's ‘Miliki’.

Twin-X are gearing up for a comeback into the Nigerian music industry. play

Twin-X are gearing up for a comeback into the Nigerian music industry.

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Th album consolidated on the success of their debut as they continued to grace many big stages across Nigeria, including the 2005 Star Mega Jam along with Ja Rule.

Twin-X are gearing up for a comeback into the Nigerian music industry. play

Twin-X are gearing up for a comeback into the Nigerian music industry.

(Press)

 

In 2006 they started their label – Deuce Records – and were made the official voice of a Nigerian Telecom company called O'net, the track ‘Plenty Money’ was adopted as soundtrack for a BBC radio drama and they also went back to the studio and teamed up with Don Jazzy and K-Solo to record ‘Oya’.

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