Synonyms for waje or Related words with waje

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Examples of "waje"
In 2010, did a special spotlight on Waje with the emphasis "Words Aren’t Just Enough….I’m Speechless"
Waje is among the judges for "The Voice Nigeria" alongside Tuface (2face Idibia), Timi Dakolo and Patoranking.
The music video for the song was released onto YouTube on the 30th of March 2011. At the beginning, it shows Waje being subjected to domestic violence by a man. Waje then breaks into song, interspersed by verses of rapping by Muna.
The seventh edition was held on September 2, 2011 at the Symphony Space Sharp Theater in New York and was hosted by comedian Julius Agwu and actress Funke Akindele (aka "Jenifa"). The event featured performances by Jesse Jagz, Ice Prince, Waje, Sound Sultan, Sam Klef and MI. Lara George, Ice Prince, Waje, Sam Klef and MI all took home awards at this ceremony.
Agharese Emokpae (born in 1988) popularly known as A'rese is a Nigerian singer. She won the first season of "The Voice Nigeria" as part of Team Waje.
Fagge is a Local Government Area in Kano State, Nigeria, within the greater Kano area. Its headquarters are in the suburb of Waje.
He finished runner up of the inaugurative season of "The Voice Nigeria" on 31 July 2016 with A'rese from Team Waje finishing as winner of the contest.
Like many other surnames, it used to be a nickname describing somebody's job in that case : "bullock driver", "cowherd", that is to say "Bouvier" in common French. It derives mainly from the Occitan "buòu" « ox », with the suffix "-iar / -ier", frenchified phonetically or, further north, sometimes from a variant form in dialectal French "bô, bou" "ox" corresponding to common French "bœuf" with the suffix "-ier". In French, the modern spelling "-oyer" [waje] avoids the confusion between "-oi-er" [wa'e] and "-oier" [waje].
Rajabhau Waje () is an Indian politician, from Sinnar Nashik District. He is Member of the 13th Maharashtra Legislative Assembly from Sinnar Vidhan Sabha constituency as member of Shiv Sena.
"So Inspired" is a 2011 song by Nigerian singer Waje. It also features Muna, a Nigerian female rapper and model. It has been released as a promotional single from her upcoming debut album W.A.J.E.
Waje headlined the song ‘Strong girl’ which is the theme song for ONE Campaign's ‘Poverty is Sexist’ in 2015 and also joined Bono in Lagos, Nigeria for the Lagos campaign in 2015.
Aremu is the organizer of the largest jazz concert in Nigeria, Sax Appeal. This is geared towards the promotion of live musical performances in Nigeria. This concert, held annually since 2010 with the latest edition that held; November 2014 at Transcorp Hilton Abuja, has been aimed at fostering interaction between sponsoring organizations, businessmen and entrepreneurs in an entertainment environment. Sax Appeal has featured artists like Kenny G, Judith Sephuma, Kunle Ayo, Yolanda Brown, Hugh Masakela, Marvin Winans, Mary Mary, Timi Dakolo, Cobhams, Waje, Jessy J, Agboola Shadare, Yinka Davies, Tosin Martins, Bez, Cobhams Asuquo, Waje and others.
Waje attended the Word of Faith Group of Schools and joined the choir. As a young singer she once sang gospel tunes to the delight of the late Archbishop Benson Idahosa of Church of God misson int. Archbishop Benson was quite impressed by her singing and decided to help her throughout her whole secondary school days. She then moved to Nsukka to receive a degree in social work at University of Nigeria. During her school years, Waje focused on her musical works such as school concerts and fellowships. She listened and learned from her mentors such as Whitney Houston and Aretha Franklin to improve her music.
Waje's vocal range covers three octaves. She was found singing in church as a young lady whose love for humanity led her to study social work at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN). Being very productive whilst in school, Waje worked part-time in tourism. She however still believed she could touch a lot more with her singing talent. This gave her the drive to stay focused in her first love, music. In 2007, Waje decided to take the next step and fully launch her music career. She was still a student at the time and paid her dues by doing lots of free shows and gigs, singing at every given opportunity.
Serengeti Fiesta Music Tour 2014 – Sambaza Upendo (Swahili for 'Spread Love'); Vanessa Mdee was on Tanzania's biggest nationwide music tour, covering various regions. The tour final took place on Saturday, 18 October 2014 in Dar es Salaam where American rapper T.I graced the stage; other acts included Diamond, Davido, Waje, Victoria Kimani, Patoranking to name a few.
On August 10, 1982, WEND was spun off to Camcom Corporation, a company owned by Pittsburgh-based broadcasting engineer Roy J. Humphrey, and adopted the call letters WAJE. The station also moved from its longtime location on Center Avenue into the Cambria Savings Building, known today as the First United Federal Building.
On 26 December 2013, Laoye was unveiled as the winner of the category of the Best Vocal Performance (Female) for her soulful ballad "Only You" in a strong field that included singers Waje, Niyola, Seyi Shay and Zaina, at The Headies 2013 Award ceremony in Lagos, Nigeria.
Waje was born in Akure, Ondo State in Nigeria then moved to Benin City, Edo State and was raised by her parents. She was the first child and the first daughter in her family. Her parents got divorced when she was young, and had to overcome difficult situations.
Waje has also made an acting debut on the movie called Tunnel, with Femi Jacobs, Patrick Doyle, Nse- Etm, Lepacious Bose, and others. This is a 2014 Nigerian drama film directed by Stanlee Ohikhuare which is a story about a young pastor's life, journey and his fulfillments.
Tunnel is a 2014 Nigerian drama film directed by Stanlee Ohikhuare and starring Nse Ikpe Etim, Femi Jacobs, Waje Iruobe and Lepacious Bose. The film tells a story on the life and struggles of a young pastor and his journey to ultimate fulfillment.