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Boma Beddie-Memberr, also known as Shona, was born 27 January 1989. She is a creative with various expressions of art. She’s a rapper, a drummer, and break-dancer among others. She has always had a passion for music. Growing up, she listened to Tupac, Biggie, Puff Daddy, the Fugees, Black eyed Peas, Eminem; to mention a few. These rappers influenced her approach to the hip hop rap culture. Asides from hip hop, Shona also loves alternative rock, which shaped her approach to drumming (such as the likes of Blink 182, Linkin Park, Angels & Airwaves and Limp Bizkit). She is also a fan of House and Techno music as well. Shona became spiritually aware at age 24 and Loves Jesus. She has a lot of creativity to show the world; especially using her voice to reform mindsets and address social issues.

Boma Beddie-Memberr

Stage name: Shona

Delia is from the grand Bonny Kingdom in Rivers State; born into the family of Rt Rev. Gabriel Herbert Pepple and raised by a single Mother and her Grandparents. She is the first daughter of a family of four. She studied Linguistics and Communication Studies from the university of Port Harcourt. Delia is a fresh voice out of the vine, a singer, songwriter and performer. Her style of music cuts across the different genres of music, although her favorite go to genres are soul, jazz and afro pop. Delia's songs and lyrics are deep, inspirational, motivational and a reflection of the happenings in our everyday life. Her unique voice cuts deep every time and she is best known for using a cool blend of english and pidgin in her lyrics to drive home her point.

Fidelia Sigha Pepple

Stage name: Delia

Ejay is from Plateau State. “My genre is RnB and Afro-pop which I branded ‘Rafro-Pop’. The issues in our society are numerous and if I can lend my voice in any way possible to help solve it then that's what I'll do.”

Elijah Faden Nansel

Stage name: Ejay

Giovanni is from Benue state, Idoma by tribe and a Christian. She is 22years old and a student of Engineering at the department of Chemical Engineering, University of Abuja. She loves to sing conscious music, music that can cause a rethink and change afterwards. She’s the third born of four children of Mr and Mrs Abah and lives in Abuja. Her hobbies are teaching, writing, singing and having great conversations. She is a Nigerian and loves her country.

Abah Hope

Stage name: Giovanni

TIDE is a Nigerian based artist born and raised in Lagos state, Nigeria. He started making music in 2017 and has since released 2 mix tapes and a number of features. Tidé is rather innovative and fluid with his sound which can be described as Afrofusion because of his diversity.

Olatide Wright

Stage name: Tide

Keizy Sugarh is a female rapper, dancer, singer, song writer & spoken word artist. She entered into the music industry professionally in 2013. She is a graduate of Mass Communication from Bowen University, Iwo. Owing to her passion for music and entertainment, she has released a couple of singles, videos & joint-collaboration EPs with Her Twin Sister, Tasha Rumi. With Talent and Experience, this versatile, Conscious Rapper has shared the stage with some of Nigeria's Greatest musicians and with time, she aims to be one of the finest rappers/word-play artists to ever come out of Nigeria.

Keizy Sarumi

Stage name: Keizy Sugarh

Millar is a 21-year-old budding rapper, singer, songwriter and poet. He's also an indigene of Oyo town and a final year student of Urban and Regional Planning of the faculty of Environmental Design and Management, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun state, Nigeria. In a generation where many young artists are losing the plot, Millar stands tall amidst peers and represents the new breed of African creatives who are bent on utilizing their gifts for social consciousness. This is further buttressed by the nature of his debut rap track, NaWa Oh, a song which discusses the numerous ills which plague Nigeria as a nation. When he's not making music, you'll either find Millar watching football, movie series or tweeting. Currently he's got a socio-conscious project underway, his twitter is @oluwa_millar.

Oparemi Favour Joshua

Stage name: Millar

Nanya Ijeh is an alternative/afro-soul Singer/Songwriter based in Lagos, Nigeria. She is a graduate of Political Science from Babcock University. Her interest in pursuing music as a career crystallized when she moved to Lagos in 2011 and studied Music Theory, Piano and Vocals at the Muson Basic School. The beauty of Nanya's Music is deeply rooted in the tone of her Voice, a wide Vocal range, and the powerful emotions her vocals exude. As part of her musical journey, Nanya has worked on movie soundtracks for Uche Jombo Movie Productions and other Nollywood projects. She has also featured on a number of tracks as an on-demand Backing Vocalist for Djinee's ``Shout Out to My Lover``, Glowreeyah Braimah's ``Jesus is Here``, Ric Hassani's ``Anyway`` to name a few. Nanya's Music is inspired by Love, Social interactions and spirituality. These have defined the themes of her singles ``New Song``, ``No Hate``, ``Plastic People`` and her most recent release ``My Guy``. She is definitely one artist to look out for, as she is on her way to becoming a force to reckon with in the world of music. Social Media Handles: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter------ @nanyaijeh

Jessica Ijeh

Stage name: Nanya Ijeh

JEZZAY was born on the 7th September 1992 in Kogi state Nigeria. He is presently based in Ilorin, Kwara state with a Bsc in Industrial Chemistry. He is a rapper, graphics designer and content writer who loves music the most and puts his time and resources into it. His genre is Hip/hop and he sees himself becoming an icon to be reckoned with but more as an Icon for change, hence his participation in the Voice2Rep campaign.

Jeremiah Boniface Ofante

Stage name: Jezzay

JustED is 19 and has been involved with music since as far back as he can remember, it’s always been something that felt right to him. His music is a blend of various influences, from different genres and various artists, it also has a depth of topics that he weaves his lyrics and tone around. “Making it just me and music, hence my craft name, JustED”.

Emmanuel-David Ajanlekoko

Stage name: JustED