Synonyms for alade or Related words with alade

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Examples of "alade"
Dare (pronounced Da-Ray) Art Alade was born in Lagos to legendary Nigerian Jazz pioneer Art Alade and Olapeju Alade. Dare, as a child, used to rummage through his father's extensive jazz collection and tag along with him to his concerts. These early experiences gave him his first taste of 'showbiz'.
Yemi Eberechi Alade (born 13 March 1989), simply known as Yemi Alade, is a Nigerian afropop singer. She gained prominence after winning the "Peak Talent Show" in 2009, and is best known for her hit single "Johnny".
Dare Art Alade – popularly known as Darey – is a Nigerian multi-platinum selling and award-winning musician, singer-songwriter, and Idol series judge. He is the son of the renowned Nigerian entertainer, Art Alade.
Alade served as acting governor from February 2014 until Godwin Emefiele took over.
Alade Aminu was traded to the Bakersfield Jam after 37 games with the BayHawks.
Yemi Eberechi Alade was born on March 13, 1989 in Abia State, Nigeria. Her father James Alade is of Yoruba origin while her mother Helen Uzoma is of Igbo origin resulting in her being referred as "Yoruba-Igbo girl". Alade is the fifth out of the seven children in her family. She attended St Saviour British Primary School, then went on to Victory Grammar School, Lagos, before obtaining a degree in Geography at the University of Lagos.
Pray for me: off the album "UNCLAD" by Nigeria's Darey Art Alade (2015)
Saidu Alade Adeshina (born 4 April 1983) is a Nigerian football striker, currently playing for Swiss club Chiasso.
Performances included those by Yemi Alade, Praiz, MC Galaxy, Eddie Kenzo, Sheyman, Jaywon, Niniola, Mr. 2Kay, KAVHS, and Simi.
Live performances included Bucie, Davido, Diamond Platnumz, Yemi Alade, Cassper Nyovest, Ne-Yo, Jhené Aiko and Young Thug.
OJB also produced albums and songs for Faze, Iyanya, D'banj, Durella, Wizkid, Yemi Alade etc. to mention a few.
In 2014, Alade was featured on Yung6ix’s track "Lights", as well as on a remix of "Sebiwo" by Beninese afropop star Lace. Alade teamed up with award-winning cinematographer Clarence Peters to create a music video for "Johnny", which was released in March 2014 to critical acclaim and now has more than 32 million views on YouTube, as of December 2015.
Since then he has released singles like "Selfie" and "Tonyor" featuring Mr P of P-Square. He also has notable production credits to his name like Johnny (Yemi Alade song),"Nagode" and "Tangerine" by Yemi Alade, "Ada Ada", "Mmege" by Flavour N'abania, "Mr Oreo" by Iyanya, "Where" by Tekno, "Iyeri by Bracket.
Alade, who is a member of the Nigerian Economic Society (NES), has several publications to her credit and is currently carrying out research into interest rate policy and monetary policy implementation in Nigeria. Alade is a fellow of the Nigerian Institute of Operational Research.
King of Queens is the debut studio album by Nigerian singer Yemi Alade, released by Effyzzie Music Group on October 2, 2014. Yemi Alade collaborated with producers such as Selebobo, Sizzle Pro, Shady Bizniz, Philkeyz, Young D, GospelOnDeBeatz, Dil, OJB Jezreel, Mr Chido, Fliptyce, EL Mcee and Beat Nation. The album was preceded by three singles—"Johnny", "Tangerine" and "Kissing". It features guest appearances and skits from Bovi, R2Bees, Phyno, Chidinma, DIL, Selebobo and Diamond Platnumz. Yemi Alade promoted the album by touring several African countries, including Ghana, Kenya and South Africa.
On "King of Queens", Yemi Alade explores various genre of music including reggae, R&B and afropop. She explores her versatility on "Why", a slow tempo reggae track. Yemi Alade infuses her personality on "Pose". "Duro Timi" is a R&B song with a pop undertone. On the slow cuddle "Catch You", Yemi Alade creates sexual rhythm and raps towards the end. "Money" is a reincarnation of "Johnny". Hausa vibes are included on "I Like". "Sugar" is an electropop song, while "Fall in Love" is a ballad that pays tribute to R&B of the 80s.
Alimi Sanusi / Chief Olorun Tele / Alhaji Sufianu Akande / Egbe Yusuf Olatunji / Bakare Shonde / Alade Okewole / Wosilatu Ologundudu / Alhaji Mustafa Bakare / Tijani Lemomu / Egbe Fowosere
She also remembers watching the late TV personality Art Alade (father of Dare Art-Alade) who had a popular television program called the Bar Beach Show featuring various musicians as well as his own resident band. It became obvious to Yinka that there was a lack of female musicians - in the 1980s she listened to Salawa Abeni (Yoruba) and Dora Ifudu (popular musician in RnB genre) who was one of the female musicians that influenced her.
Sarah Alade was the acting governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria during the suspension of Lamido Sanusi until his tenure ended. She was appointed to the post by President Goodluck Jonathan on 20 February 2014. Alade was appointed acting governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria from 20 February 2014 until the appointment of Godwin Emefiele. Prior to this time, she had served as deputy governor (Economic Policy), Central Bank of Nigeria from 26 March 2007.
Alade joined M.I, Waje, Timi Dakolo, and Burna Boy in singing the theme song for Port Harcourt, the UNESCO 2014 World Book Capital, as part of a project urging young people to read and stay in school. Shortly after that, Alade released a new single entitled "Tangerine", featuring Selebobo; the critically acclaimed track charted across Africa. She appeared as a guest artist on Falz’s debut album.