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Examples of "orezi"
"Rihanna" is a song by Nigerian recording artist Orezi, released on February 18, 2013. The song was produced by Kiddominant. It peaked at number 1 on Pulse's music video charts. Orezi recorded "Rihanna" while signed to Culbeed Music label. Orezi shot the video after signing a record deal with "Sprisal Entertainment", which is owned by Jibola Fatgbems of Fatgbems Oil.
In September 2015, Orezi released his debut album titled "Ghen Ghen", featuring collaborations with 9ice, Davido, Flavour, Ice Prince, M.I Abaga, Timaya and Wizkid. The album was rated 3.0 (worth checking out) on a scale of 5 by Pulse NG. In November 2015, Orezi released the music video for his hit single "Ogede".
In March and September 2014, Orezi released the French version of his single "Shoki" as well as the music video for his "You Garrit" single, respectively.
In early 2011, Orezi was featured on the track "Emoti" alongside Danagog, Igho, and DJ Debby. It was played on Trace TV, MTV Base, Sound City, and One Music. Orezi bursts onto the Nigerian Music scene after collaborating with DJ Jimmy Jatt. He was featured on Jatt's "Komije" single alongside Sauce Kid, Muna, and Igho.
Orezi performed at the 2010 Star Trek musical concert tour held in Kaduna and Makurdi. He also graced the stage at Nigeria's 50th Independence Anniversary celebration in 2010. In early 2011, Orezi performed at DJ Jimmy Jatt's "Jump Off Show". The show was held at the Get Arena in Lekki. He has performed at several club tours, both in Nigeria and South Africa. He was part of the Emoti Tour organised by DJ Debby. He also performed at Club Inc in South Africa. In 2012, Orezi performed at the Rhythm Unplugged concert in Ibadan, and toured with Trace Urban & St. Remy.
In June 2014, the music video for "Orezi" made YouTube Nation's compiled list of the "8 Incredible Music Videos From Around the World".
Esegine Allen (born 28 March 1986), better known by his stage name Orezi, is a Nigerian musician from Delta State. He rose to prominence with his song "Rihanna" in 2013.
In 2010, Orezi released "High B.P". The music video for the song was endorsed by MTV Base. In late 2010, he released another single titled "Jamilaya", featuring UK disk jockey DJ JamJam. Like its predecessors, the song received rave reviews.
Ayoola Oladapo Agboola, (born), professionally known as Kiddominant, is a Nigerian record producer and DJ. He has produced for artists such as Davido, Olamide, Orezi and Cynthia Morgan, among others. He is credited to have produced Orezi's award-winning single titled "Rihanna", a song that shot Orezi to limelight. In 2015, Kiddominant was listed on "NotJustOk"`s "10 Biggest Nigerian Music Producers". He owns a label imprint Swizz Music Company and is also affiliated as a record producer for HKN Music, Sprisal Entertainment and Oceanbeats Entertainment SA.
Orezi began his music career in early 2009. He has worked with several producers, including Kiddominant, Del B and Dokta Frabz. Orezi's first musical release was "I No Fit Lie". The music video for the song was shot in South Africa. When the song was r,eleased and sent to radio stations across Nigeria, it received great acknowledgement from the public. The song became Radio Continental's theme song. Subsequently, Orezi headlined a show named after the song. The show was organised by the Continental Broadcasting Services (CBS), owners of Radio and TV Continental.
The music video for "Rihanna" was shot and directed in South Africa. The song was initially scheduled for release on Valentine's Day, but was pushed back due to Goldie Harvey's death. Orezi told "Showtime Celebrity" that he decided to feature a Rihanna Look-alike in the music video after all efforts to get the Barbadian singer proved unsuccessful. Orezi's management was able to get a Mauritian girl named Kim to play Rihanna in the video. Orezi also told "Showtime Celebrity" that he shot the "Rihanna" video in South Africa in order to achieve something different. It was alleged that Orezi's management spent over N7.3 million to shoot the video.
Esegine Orezi Allen was born in Owhelogbo, Isoko, Delta State, where he grew up with his family. He is the first of five children. He attended the Command Secondary School in Abakaliki. He graduated from the University of Lagos and completed the mandatory one year NYSC program.
The festival's full line-up included: Ice Prince, Phyno, Naeto C, Chidinma, Dammy Krane, Blink, Poe, Boj, Teezee, Ayo Jay, Emma Nyra, Patoranking, Lynxx, Jesse Jagz, Oritse Femi, Orezi, Reminisce, Efya, DJ Obi, DJ Caise, DJ Hazan, DJ Cuppy, DJ Kaywise, Falz, Pucado, Yung L, and Endia.
Orezi released the music video for his song "Booty Bounce" which featured cameo appearances from Karen Igho, Bovi, Wande Coal, Kay Switch, Sina Rambo, Vina, Danagog, Skuki and General Pype, among others. For several weeks, the song was one of the top ten African songs on Trace Urban, Channel O, and MTV. The music video for the song received a nomination in the Reggae/Dancehall category at the 2012 Channel O Music Video Awards.
The African Caribbean fusion is one that has been popular and growing over the years, especially in the 21st century. In this genre of music African musicians incorporate Jamaican patois into their lyrics and beats. Although, very popular in Jamaica, this genre well blended genre became well known in the African region around the 19th century because of the Nigerian Reggae musician Majek Fashek who attracted international attention to this fusion. This genre of music is gaining far more presence in Nigeria with recent 21st century artists like Duncan Mighty, Timaya, Slim Burna, Orezi, Burna Boy and Patoranking who are attracting a younger audience.
The ceremony featured performances from artist such as El Phlex, Harrysong, Skales, Orezi, Shatta Wale, Wande Coal, J. Martins, Praiz, Wizzy Pro, RunTown and Patoranking. Davido won a total of 3 awards, including the Male Artist of the Year award. Tiwa Savage took home two awards for Female Artiste of the Year and Best Pop/RnB Artiste of the Year. Patoranking won the Best New Act of the Year award, while Ayo Jay emerged as the Most Promising Act to Watch. In the acting category, Tope Tedela and Funke Akindele emerged Best Actor in a Lead Role and Best Actress in a Lead Role respectively. The Best Gospel Act award went to Frank Edwards. Ghanaian reggae musician Shatta Wale toppled Sarkodie, Mafikizolo, Mi Casa, Fally Ipupa, Uhuru and R2Bees for the African Artist of the Year award.