Asake's rising music career.
Asake is a Nigerian musician, songwriter, and performer. He was born Ololade Asake Okunoren in Ogun State, Nigeria, in 1998. As a child, he developed a passion for music and began writing songs at a young age.
In 2018, Asake gained popularity in the Nigerian music scene with his hit single "Lady." The song was produced by Blaquebeat and quickly became a viral sensation on social media, with fans posting videos of themselves dancing to the catchy tune. "Lady" received widespread airplay and earned Asake a nomination for Best New Artist at the 2019 Soundcity MVP Awards.
Asake followed up the success of "Lady" with another hit single, "Good Life," which was released in 2019. The song was produced by Magic Sticks and features a blend of afrobeats and highlife music. It became a fan favorite and cemented Asake's place in the Nigerian music industry.
Asake has since released several other singles, including "Mr Money" and "Don't Hype Me." His music is known for its catchy melodies and relatable lyrics, and he has quickly become a favorite among Nigerian music fans.
In addition to his music career, Asake is also a fashion enthusiast and often incorporates his unique sense of style into his performances and music videos. He is signed to Dr Dolor Entertainment, a record label based in Nigeria.
Asake is still a rising star in the Nigerian music scene, and his fans are eagerly anticipating the release of more music from him in the coming years.
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