Nanya - 'No Hate'

On this Andre Vibez produced track, Nanya is calling for peace and love in Nigeria and other African countries like South Africa, Kenya that are experiencing adversity.

 

Nanya has released a new single titled 'No Hate'.

She first thrilled us with her exceptional musical talent when she released her début single, a pidgin version of Beyonce's hit song "If I Were A Boy". The vocal prowess who considers herself a 'Change' agent is presenting you with her new material.

On this Andre Vibez produced track, Nanya is calling for peace and love in Nigeria and other African countries like South Africa, Kenya that are experiencing adversity.

Nanya, born Chifumnanya Jessica Ijeh, is a Nigerian pop/alternative artist and a singer/songwriter whose gift is her voice and whose passion is music.

The Delta Nigeria descent is a graduate of Political Science from Babcock University. Her interest in pursuing music as a career crystallized when she moved to Lagos in 2011 and studied Music Theory, Piano and Vocals at the Muson Basic School.

In the short time of embarking on this musical journey, Nanya has worked on movie soundtracks for Uche Jombo Movie Productions.

She also featured on number of tracks for M.I's 'Chairman' album, Seun Odukoya's 'Can't Take It' and many more.

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