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Examples of "akon"
Akon also started a project Akon Lighting Africa in 2014 which provides electricity in 15 countries of Africa.
Momin Uddin Akon was born in 1883 in Udaytara Burirchar (the village is also known as Burirchar) in Pirojpur district. At the age of six, his father, Ibrahim Akon. His mother, Ayshon-Bibi, successfully raised Momin Uddin Akon with proper education and guidance. His father Ibrahim Akon was known as an educated person who spoke Arabic as well as Persian and Bengali. As a result, he was known as "Akon Shahib" in the community. Ibrahim Akon founded a well-designed home for his family in 1830. This home is known as "Akon Bari" and the Momin Mosque was built in the front yard.
Stephens discovered Senegalese R&B singer Akon, who just moved to Atlanta from New Jersey. He signed Akon to his own UpFront Records and secured a distribution deal with SRC/Universal. "I always believed that Akon was special," he says. Akon went on to sell over a million copies of his 2004 debut, Trouble, and score hit singles like "Locked Up" and "Lonely."
In August 2011, Akon signed Issa to the music label Hitlab Music Company. Issa performed with Akon during his 2011 Canada Tour in Montreal and Toronto.
In 2008 Tami was noticed by Akon, who signed her up to his label Konvict Muzik and began production of her second album "Prima Donna". Recording of the album began in January in Akon's Atlanta studios with Akon and RedOne executive producing the album. "Frozen" (featuring Akon), the lead single for the album, was released in August 2008. In March she toured the UK and made an appearance on BBC Radio 1Xtra, on 22 March 2008 with Akon and performed Frozen.
After the unexpected death of The King Of Pop Michael Jackson, who Akon was working with, Akon released a tribute song called "Cry Out Of Joy". Akon claimed to be close friend with Jackson near the end of Jackson's life in an interview UK R&B writer Pete Lewis of the award-winning 'Blues & Soul' in October 2008 In July 2008, a song called "Hold My Hand", an R&B duet/collaboration between Michael Jackson and Akon, circulated the internet. It was not included in the track list for "Freedom" as Akon previously stated. During an interview with Tavis Smiley, Akon said that Jackson had planned on a high-profile release including a music video until the track had leaked. This is Jackson's last known song before he died on June 25, 2009. Akon finished work on the song for Jackson's posthumous album, "Michael" and it was released as a single in November 2010.
– Artists: Busta Rhymes, David Guetta, Kelly Rowland, Akon, Razorlight, Sefyu
Guest Performance: Akon: "Don't Matter" and Jennifer Lopez: "Qué Hiciste"
"What's Love" is a 2008 single by Shaggy featuring Akon.
– Artists: Akon, Puddle of Mudd, Common, Flyleaf, Busta Rhymes
Guest Performance:"The Sweet Escape" (Gwen Stefani and Akon)
The second single "Hypnotized" features and was produced by Akon.
In 2006, it was announced that Akon is planning to work on a full-length movie titled "Illegal Alien", which will be based on his life. Several sources have reported that actor Mekhi Phifer will portray Akon in the film.
Akon is Muslim. Akon claims that he has six children with three different women in an interview with "Blender", all of whom he has great relationships with. He says he wishes to keep his family protected from the public eye.
In addition to Pimp C, production came from producers such as Mannie Fresh, Akon, Cory Mo, Steve Below and DJ B-Do. Collaborators include Ronald Isley, Lil Boosie, Webbie, Too Short, Snoop Dogg, Sleepy Brown, Big Gipp, Akon & Raheem DeVaughn.
Djibril Gibson Kagni (born October 13, 1977) is a record producer and songwriter. Gibson's first full credit production work was in 2004 on Trouble (Akon album) for American rapper Akon.
"Forbes" ranked Akon 80th (Power Rank) in Forbes Celebrity 100 in 2010 and 5th in 40 Most Powerful Celebrities in Africa list, in 2011. "Billboard" ranked Akon No. 6 on the list of Top Digital Songs Artists of the decade.
"Girls" is the first single from Beenie Man's album "Undisputed" featuring Akon. In 2011, it was remixed by DJ Rico Bernasconi. It was subsequently released as a single which was credited to as 'Rico Bernasconi & Beenie Man featuring Akon.'
The video was directed by Stephen Schuster. The video starts with a plane coming and girls in bikinis are seen tanning and swimming. The camera switches to Akon who wakes up and finds pictures of his date from David Guetta's pool party. He then finds lipstick note on his mirror that reads "find me at pool party" with yet another photo. As the party starts, people enter; a group of teenage boys are not allowed but they employ various methods to get in. The camera switches to Akon again, who is shown singing underwater. The camera flicks to Guetta arriving meeting up with Akon, who then grabs Guetta and they throw each other in the pool. The party continues as Akon pushes more people in, girls dance and Akon with Guetta are shown to be having a water fight. The scene then skips to a club that is called "Fuck Me, I'm Famous" where David Guetta is performing a concert with Tocadisco, and Akon is walking in from the back, where he meets some girls. Akon then arrives and performs "Sexy Bitch" at the concert. A light up man in blue and green appears. Girls are shown dancing and Akon does a crowd surf before the video ends. At the end, Akon is seen sleeping in the bed waking up finding pictures but goes back to sleep.
Main Stage: Rihanna, Akon, Faithless, Lily Allen, Common, Maleo Reggae Rockers, Pinnawella, Tomek Makowiecki