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Cliffbado, Americans-based singer mulls collaboration with Nigerian artists



Chimezie Clifford Opara, popularly known as Cliffbado, is an American-based Nigerian singer, who is passionate about music and is presently making waves in the industry.


Cliffbado, who fell in love with music from childhood, started making music in 2017 after he finished high school. He made the move before moving to the United States of America where he later started music professionally. The artist who is from Imo State is signed under CMN records.

Speaking on his music career, the indie artist said: “From the beginning, I have always been a lover of music and I started making music in 2017 after I finish high school. Music is like oxygen to me, I feel like I can’t stay without listening to it. I want my listeners to be enthusiastic and be mind lifted with my sound.”

Cliffbado has few singles such as ‘Loose Guard’, ‘Jojo’ and a two-track Extended Play(EP) titled ‘We move’ to his credit.

On collaboration with any top Nigerian artist, Cliffbado whose sound blends between Afro-Pop and Afro-Fusion said, “When it comes to the music in the Nigerian industry, they are a lot of artists here, and I won’t mind working with anybody right now who likes what I do, working with them won’t be a problem.”


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