A new Soul Blues Queen has arrived in the Nigerian music scene.Â She is Awele Rosemary Ebigwei.Â Her debut, â€œSuper Starâ€ a scintillating outpouring of affection, is currently making waves across the country.
Awele, the Delta State-born beauty started playing the piano at age 9, from where she grew into music.
A 2002 microbiology graduate of University of Benin, she proceeded to England where she studied philosophy at the School of Economics and Science in London. She also studied fashion and business at Scola Institution in London and performed at MTV Base Lounge in London in 2005.
In 2007, she released a pop song called â€œAm in Loveâ€ with the name Beulah Hill before performing with the American Superstar â€œJoeâ€.
Speaking on her album, â€œSuper Starâ€, the singer, song writer and artist, said her high points were her voice and her style.Â â€œI have got a lot to offer in the music sceneâ€, she said, adding, â€œthe album is getting great reviews from people, from radio stations that play it and from marketers all over the countryâ€.
Awele, daughter to world renowned dentist and former chairman, National Post-graduate Medical College of Nigeria, Dr. Sylvan Olisanye Ebigwei, said the Nigerian music industry was quite competitive.
â€œNigerian music is great, it is growing really fast and I love the way they are bringing entertainment in the country, whereby, it is more recognised, more appreciated than beforeâ€, she said, adding, â€œI like the fast pace it is growing right nowâ€.