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Myoa Struts Nigerian Colour At Grammy Awards

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MYOANigerian-born singer and songwriter, Oluwamayowa Morenike Sobamowo, popularly known as MYOA, who is notable in the United States of America (USA), particularly among the huge Nigerian community for the uniqueness of her voice texture and musical finesse, was spotted on the red carpet at the 58th Grammy awards at the Staples Center, Los Angeles, in a gorgeous dress celebrating the country’s colour, Green.

The recording artiste recently released a video of her single ‘Can a Stranger’, which was produced by Cobhams Asuquo, The song will be officially released for purchase and download on March 11, 2016 on most online platforms, including ITunes.

Currently receiving a good amount of airplay on several television channels, which includes Soundcity, Nigezie Hip TV and AIT, Myoa asks some thought-provoking questions in her song “Can A Stranger.”

“Could I find my way without the stop signs and red lights? Can I just get by without my phone? Can I find a friend without Facebook or my laptop? Can a stranger lead me home?” she asks on the chorus.

Initially, Myoa pursued a career in finance and settled into a lifestyle filled with stability and structure, but lacked what she loved most; her music. Resigning from her job in England, she packed her bags and moved to the Los Angeles and enrolled at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, leading to a highly- coveted internship at the world’s largest music company, Universal Music Group.
Currently, Myoa lives in Houston, Texas and performs live with her band at the local venues. “Can A Stranger” is from Myoa’s album, Beautiful Journey.



4 Comments
  • Babalakin

    Beautiful judgment. we trust the present government will not disappoint. God bless the chaps that took the case to the court

  • emmanuel kalu

    This is very good and it would hold the president feet to the fire if he is serious about corruption.

  • John Paul

    Congratulations to SERAP !

    Nigerians deserve to know exactly how much of our looted funds have been recovered, the amount that has been spent and what it was spent on

    Nigerians also want to know the identities of the idiots that had the audacity to re-loot any money recovered from our looted funds

    The era of ripping where you did not sow is slowly coming to an end in Nigeria. Nigeria will be a very sweet country without corruption and parasites who claim to be public servants

  • Utazi

    yes…o publish d names asap