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Examples of "timaya"
New generation singers Duncan Mighty, Timaya and Slim Burna, are beginning to fuse elements of hip hop with various forms of reggae.
Timaya gained further visibility and international prominence through his third studio album "De Rebirth"—released in partnership with Black Body Entertainment—and its lead single "Plantain Boy". Both were commercially successful. He collaborated with Dem Mama Soldiers on the album "LLNP (Long Life N Prosperity)". In 2012, Timaya released "Upgrade", which spawned hits "Bum Bum", "Sexy Ladies", and "Malonogede". To date, his work has earned him four Headies Awards, and one Nigeria Music Award.
After the success of "Dem Mama", Timaya decided to continue with K-Solo. He recorded seven more songs for his first album " True Story", which was eventually released in 2007. Later that year, Timaya began work on his second album with producers Phyno, Jeggs, Spankie, Akeem D Beat, K-Solo and Terry G. In 2008, the album titled "Gift and Grace" was released into stores nationwide. Timaya won two awards in 2008: "Album of the Year" at Nigeria Music Awards and "Best Reggae/Dancehall album" at the Headies Awards. He also received two awards "Best Reggae/Dancehall album" for "Gift and Grace" and "Best Collaboration" for his feature on J Martins' "Good or Bad (O Wey)" at the 2009 edition of The Headies. Two years later, Timaya released his third album, "De Rebirth" and its success-themed lead single "Plantain Boy". The album's production was handled by Akeem D Beat, Phyno, Flux, M-Yire, Jay Sleek, N.D, Jesse Jagz, and K-Solo. Timaya collaborated with guest artists, including 2face Idibia, TJ 2Solo, Allenian, Konga, Lanre, M.I, TJ, and Wrecoba. In 2010, he appeared on the song "Kokoroko" by female gospel artist Kefee, which went on to win in the "Best Collaboration" category at the 2010 Headies Awards.
In November 2011, Timaya released "LLNP (Long Life And Prosperity)", a collaborative album with Dem Mama Soldiers. The album's second track "Dem No Like Me" featured a guest appearance by legendary reggae singer, Ras Kimono. On 25 June 2012, Timaya released a 14-track album titled "Upgrade", which produced hits "Sexy Ladies", "Bum Bum" and "Malonogede". The album features collaborations with Attitude, Terry G and Vector. Duncan Mighty and Timaya dueted on "I Know I Know Dat", which was leaked onto the internet a few hours after the former's album "Footprints" was released into stores. Both artists were among the honorees at the 4th annual Odudu Music Awards alongside M-Trill, Sodi Cookey, Becky Enyioma and Timi Dakolo.
In September 2012, Wene Mighty released "Footprints", an 18-track album with guest appearances from Timaya, Shaggy, Otuu Sax, Sandaz Black and Wande Coal. He has been honoured by the UN as a peace ambassador.
Sunday Ginikachukwu Nweke, professionally known as Masterkraft, is a Nigerian record producer, disc jockey, band director, pianist, and songwriter. He started his professional music career with Kennis Music, and has worked with artists such as Flavour N'abania, Bracket, Banky W., Sound Sultan, Timaya, Lynxxx, M.I and J. Martins, among others. His production hits include "Fine lady" by Lynxxx featuring Wizkid, "Kwarikwa (Remix)" by Flavour N'abania featuring Fally Ipupa, "Girl" by Bracket featuring Wizkid, "Chinny Baby" by Flavour N'abania, "Ukwu" by Timaya, and “Jasi” by Banky W..
The concept behind "Seyi or Shay" expresses both sides of Seyi Shay as a person and a music artist. Released through Island Records and Stargurl Limited, the album generally features vocals from Femi Kuti, Wizkid, Iyanya, Banky W, Olamide, Patoranking, D'Banj, Sound Sultan, Timaya and Cynthia Morgan, with music productions from Legendury Beatz, Pheelz, Dokta Frabz, Tee-Y Mix, Harmony Samuels and Del B.
"OGA BOSS" received awesome reviews from industry pundits and Naija music fans in general, it was nominated as the Best Rap album at the 2013 Headies, also doing great figures in the market. The album features collaborations with artistes such as Timaya, Naeto C, Ice Prince, Silvastone (U.K. artiste), Chidinma, Phyno, Del’ B, Banky W, WizBoy, Tha Suspect etc.
Leriq released a producer album in 2015, titled The Lost Sounds. The album featured artistes such as Illbliss, Chidimma, Burna Boy, Dammy Krane, Cassper Nyovest, Wande Coal, Seyi Shay, Wizkid, Phyno, Nneka, 2face Idibia, Efya, Bez, Naeto C and Timaya. In September, 2016 Leriq teamed up with Burna Boy to produce a new E.P. titled "Redemption".
International musicians and groups interviewed on Hott FM by DJ Blue include Akon, Sarkodie, Timaya, Wizkid, Sisqo, Ice Prince, J Martins, R2Bees, and Chidinma. On March 15, 2016, he hosted the Desire Concert, which was covered by MTV Base, and featured Chidinma and BlueLinks recording artist F.A that was attended by over 30000 fans.
October 16, 1505 As Almeida's fleet sets out of Angediva, he decides to take another look at Onor (Honnavar), at the mouth of the Sharavathi River. Onor was the homebase of the Hindu corsair known as Timoja (or "Timaya"), who had caused some trouble to earlier armadas, and whom Almeida feared might yet cause trouble for Anjediva.
In 2012, Trill linked up with fellow Nigerian artist Slim Burna and the pair recorded a song called "Oya Na" which was later released in May that same year.M-Trill was also honoured alongside Timaya, Duncan Mighty, Timi Dakolo, Sodi Cookey and Becky Enyioma at the 4th annual Odudu Music Awards in Nigeria, also tagged "Niger Delta's Biggest Awards Ceremony".
As the executive producer of the album, Davido collaborated with other producers like Shizzi, J Fem, Uhuru, Kid Dominant, Young Jonn, Del B, Puffy Tee and P2J. The album, which was preceded by the release of three singles, features guest appearances from Meek Mill, Don Jazzy, Runtown, Timaya, Trey Songz, Wale, P-Square and Akon.
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 2011, Timaya was appointed a Peace Ambassador by the Interreligious and International Federation for World Peace (IIFWP). Dr. Hak Ja Haan Moon, co-founder of the IIFWP, stated that he is "one of those individuals whose lives exemplify the ideal of living for the sake of others, and who dedicate themselves to practices which promote the founding ideals of the IIFWP."
Timaya later returned to Port Harcourt to study Banking and Finance at tertiary-level, however, he performed poorly in examinations and dropped out after first semester. He then moved back to Lagos to join Eedris Abdulkareem's hiphop group as a backup vocalist. After three years working for Eedris, Timaya departed from the group to focus on his solo career. He began to record collaborations with fellow up-and-coming artists and made his first cameo appearance in an unreleased music video by UDX, a Lagos-based rap group. He subsequently met producer K-Solo in Mafoluku, Oshodi, who produced his first major hit record "Dem Mama" after hearing him perform the a cappella version. Describing the song in an interview posted on August 2013, Timaya said: “Dem Mama” was an account of the 1999 destruction of Odi, a river side community in Niger Delta. Soldiers were hunting down militants they alleged killed eight policemen. The village was burnt down and numerous people killed. I bravely tackled the issue years later and won instant street credibility for my boldness."
In August 2013, Shay released the album's second single "Killin' Me Softly" featuring Reggae singer Timaya. The song was written and produced by Del B. Shay told Ajose that she felt in love with the song when she first heard it. Moreover, she reached out to Timaya for a verse because she wanted a different vibe on the song. On 6 October 2013, Shay released "Ragga Ragga" and "Chairman" as the third and fourth singles from her upcoming debut studio album. The songs were produced by Del B. The latter features vocals from KCee, a recording artist who was present during the song's composition. Prior to releasing the singles, Shay signed a partnership deal with the international talent company J-Management. On 8 January 2014, Shay released the music video for "Ragga Ragga"; it was shot and directed in Lagos by Peters. "Ragga Ragga" peaked at number 7 on MTV Base's Official Naija Top 10 chart from 15 March through 19 March 2014.
"Positive Energy" immensely raised her profile in the Afro pop world. She performed alongside Congolese singer-songwriter Fally Ipupa at a pre-party for the 2011 BET Awards. She also opened for Nigerian musician Timaya at the 51st Nigerian Independence concert in Dallas, Texas named after him. On February 24, 2012, Naomi performed at the Smithsonian's African Art Museum as part of the “African Underground” event in celebration of Black History Month.
Inetimi Alfred Odon (born 15 August 1980), better known by his stage name Timaya, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter. He is the founder of South South hip hop group Dem Mama Soldiers. His solo career began in 2005 with the release of "Dem Mama", which also appeared on his debut album, "True Story" released the following year. His second album "Gift and Grace" was released in 2008.
Sarkology is the third studio album by Ghanaian hip hop recording artist Sarkodie, released by Duncwills Entertainment on January 2, 2014. Primarily recorded in Twi, the album features guest appearances from Fuse ODG, Davido, Tiwa Savage, Banky W., Timaya, 2 Face Idibia, Efya, Mugeez, Obrafour, Burna Boy, Vivian Chidid, Vector, Silvastone, Sk Blinks, Stonebwoy, Joey B, J Town, Lil Shaker, Raquel, Sian, Kofi B and AKA. The album's production was handled by Magnom, Hammer, Killbeatz, Masterkraft and Silvastone, among others.