Synonyms for tuface or Related words with tuface

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Examples of "tuface"
Waje is among the judges for "The Voice Nigeria" alongside Tuface (2face Idibia), Timi Dakolo and Patoranking.
Blackface was a founding member of the Nigerian band Plantashun Boyz that he formed in 2000 with Tuface (also known as 2face Idibia) and musician Chibuzor Oji (better known as Faze). Blackface and Tuface had met in 1996 when they were studying at the Institute of Management Technology (IMT) in Enugu. Faze joined a brief while later.
The 2010 edition was held at the third edition was also held on September 18, 2011 at the BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center in New York and was hosted by Singer Omawumi. The event featured performances by Lara George, Jesse Jagz, Omawumi, MI and Tuface Idibia. Lara George, Jesse Jagz, Omawumi, MI and Tuface Idibia also all received awards at this ceremony.
Yvonne Jegede was born on 25 August 1983 in Edo State, Nigeria and rose to prominence after being featured in the Tuface music video "African Queen".
Also in 1996, he adopted the stage name "2Face" (Tuface). He cited the reason as "trying to demarcate my personal life with my business life.
Although he kept sustainable relations with Faze, his rift with Tuface (2face Idibia) widened, particularly over the rights to the song "African Queen".
Festivities for the countdown typically include fireworks, live music concerts, and karaoke. Performers at various countdowns have included Tuface Idibia, Olamide, and Funke Akindele, and previous countdown sponsors have included Airtel Nigeria.
Tesslo targets creating outfits for confident and independent minded fashionistas and eccentric individuals (fashion risk takers). Some Nigerian celebrities who have worn designs by Tesslo Concepts include D’Banj, Tuface Idibia, Olu Maintain, Brymo and Ice Prince among others.
Notable musicians from Nigeria include: Sade Adu, King Sunny Adé, Onyeka Onwenu, Dele Sosimi, Adewale Ayuba, Ezebuiro Obinna, Alhaji Sikiru Ayinde Barrister, Bennie King, Ebenezer Obey, Umobuarie Igberaese, Femi Kuti, Lagbaja, Dr. Alban, Wasiu Alabi, Bola Abimbola, Zaki Adze, Tuface Idibia, Aṣa, Nneka, Wale, P Square and D'Banj.
Chibuzor Oji better known by his stage name Faze is a Nigerian musician and actor. He is a member of the defunct Nigerian hip hop group Plantashun Boyz, along with BlackFace Naija and TuFace (better known as 2face Idibia. The group split up in 2004 and each member of the group has gone on to launch solo careers.
Since 2015, Agatha Moreno has designed for a plethora of Nigerian celebrities including actresses Yvonne Jegede, Susan Peters, Nse Ikpe-Etim, Uche Ogbodo, Stephanie Linus, Belinda Effah, Georgina Onuoha, television presenter Victoria Pepple, Tuface Idibia, Remi Momodu, Aishatu Bello among others.
While Twin-X remains one of the respected first generation of Nigerian pop musicians, alongside Tuface Idibia, ELDee, then of Trybesmen, Eedris Abdulkareem, Sound Sultan (with whom they were nominated for few awards in 2001 as new artistes), their inconsistency has been their major flaw.
She returned to Nigeria in 2013 after her education program in the US. In Nigeria, Ema worked with 66 Dimension, Hip Hop TV, Clarence Peters at Capital Dreams Pictures, Ebonylife Tv and BBC. As a director, Ema has worked with notable artists like TuFace, 9ice, Lord of Ajasa, Terry da Rapmanand and many others. Her first job at Ebonylife Tv is called "Heaven"
Jim Iyke began acting in 2001. He's one of the highest paid actors in Nollywood., and has appeared in over 150 films. He started a movie production company, "Untamed Productions" in 2007. Jim Iyke began his own music label, Untamed Records. He produced a first album, titled “"Who Am I?"” featuring some of Nigeria’s top musicians such as TuFace Idibia, and Sound Sultan.
The first edition was held at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at the University of Maryland, College Park on July 28, 2006 and was hosted by comedian Michael Blackson. The event featured performances by Sauce Kid, Sammy Okposo, and Mike Okri. Tuface Idibia and Banky W were amongst the winners of the first edition.
Olisa launched his YouTube Channel, The Truth With Olisa, August 2014, where he interviewed Genevieve Nnaji, D'banj, Wizkid, Ice Prince, Davido, PSquare, Ali-Baba, Dj Jimmy Jatt, Olamide popularly known as Badoo, Tiwa Savage, Femi Kuti, Tuface, Lagos state Governorship aspirant Jimi Agbaje, Burna Boy, Basket Mouth, Tonto Dikeh, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde. Olisa also launched his blog www.olisa.tv, January 2015
It has 18 tracks with diverse inspirations from ragga/reggae to RnB to rap. Many collaborations are found in the album some with Cameroonians (Bill Muicha, Claude Ndam, Locko), Nigerians (TuFace, Ice Prince & DJ Neptune), people from DR Congo (Biz Ice) Ghanaians (Sarkodie) and also South Africans (F.A.B). The album is the first album of the rapper.
The opening broadcast was on 10 April 2016. The four coaches for the inaugural season are Nigerian artistes Waje, Timi Dakolo, Patoranking and 2baba aka Tuface (formerly known as 2face Idibia). The programme is hosted by IK Osakioduwa and Stephanie Coker.
Akon has signed Nigerian artistes: P-Square, Tuface, and Wizkid as representatives of his record label Konvict Muzik in Africa. He revealed this in December 2011 in Lagos at the unveiling of Cintron energy drink, which took place in footballer Jay Jay Okocha's club Number 10.
In November 2008, Nigeria's music scene (and that of Africa) received international attention when MTV hosted the continent's first African music awards show in Abuja. Additionally, the very first music video played on MTV Base Africa (the 100th station in the MTV network) was Tuface Idibia's pan-African hit "African Queen".