- Nigerian-Ghanaian New York-based artiste Akeju has made history
- Akeju’s latest single received widespread reviews after it was released
- The artwork for Akeju’s hit song was featured at Times Square
Nigerian-Ghanaian New York-based artiste Akeju has made history after the artwork for his latest single was featured at the world-famous Times Square in New York City.
The singer recently released his song, Sade, which has received widespread reviews. The song featured singer Tome and it has been making waves since then.
Sade is about a beautiful young lady encouraged to dance and show off because she is relevant and classy. The video of the song showed three lovely ladies dancing and vibing to the music.
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Sade was released on February 14, 2020, through Akeju's record label, BSMG studio, and produced by Mix master Garzy.
Akeju joins international A- list artistes to have a billboard in New York City Times Square and this represents a great achievement for the Afrobeats artiste.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Yemi Alade became the first female musician to hit one million subscribers on YouTube. Prior to this feat, the singer made history with the music video of her hit single Johnny which achieved the 100 million views milestone on the video-sharing platform.
Alade, who is popularly referred to as Mama Africa shared the good new son her social media page. The beautiful woman ascribed her achievement to God. She also appreciated her fans and followers for always streaming her song on the platform. Alade said that her YouTube journey started six years ago and she has grown through the years.
The Oh My Gosh crooner joined the ranks of other African entertainers like Davido, Diamond Platnumz, and defunct music group P-Square, who all boast of intimidating numbers on YouTube. Alade is known for her versatile Afropop music. She sings in some African languages and even invites artistes from other countries to feature in her song.
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