Seyi Sodimu, Kaffy, Maria Okanrende are a year older today
Best known for his hit single, 'Love me Jeje', Seyi Sodimu can also be called a pioneer of the Nigerian music industry.
He attended The Fountain School Surulere for his elementary education, completed his secondary school education at Igbobi College, Yaba and then moved to the United States to continue his education at Prince George's Community College in Maryland.
His first album "Born in Afrika" in 1998, had the hit song "Love me jeje, love me tender". The "Born in Afrika" album was released under Shakara Entertainment which topped charts in Nigeria and sold over 30,000 copies in the first couple weeks of its release.
The album also earned him nominations and awards in Nigeria.
Born June 30, 1980, Kafayat Oluwatoyin Shafau, popularly known by her stage name Kaffy, is a Nigerian dancer, choreographer, dance instructor and fitness coach.
She is also the founder and owner of Imagneto Dance Company and is known for breaking the Guinness World Records as the Longest Dance Party at the Nokia Silverbird Danceathon in 2006.
Born in London, England, June 30, 1987, Maria Okanrende is a co-host of The Morning Rush on the Beat 99.9 FM and a TV anchor. She played the role of Foye on the 3rd season of MTV's "Shuga" and has worked with the BBC, MTV, and Dropout UK.
She has interviewed superstars, including Jessie J, Wizkid, 2Face, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, and more.
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