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15 Dec 2018
“Kill the lights!” One of the hosts of the night, Ehiz, ordered everyone at the Balmoral Hall, Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos. Mayorkun was working his way through the maze of security and handlers, and friends who came out to support him. As everywhere went dim, a stage screen cued in a countdown, starting from 10.…
10 Dec 2017
Adewale Mayowa Emmanuel, known popularly as Mayorkun Kunis, was born in Osun state, Nigeria, in 1993. The 24-year-old has impressed the ears that have listened with a good number of Afropop hit tracks under his belt. Mayorkun quit a banking career to follow his passion for music after he graduated from the University of Lagos…

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