Nigerian High-life Singer Flavour N’abania is a favourite amongst the ladies anyday. Despite the fact that he has a baby mama Sandra and a little daughter, the female fans haven’t kept their eyes off him.
Born in 1983, the songwriter is known across Africa for hit songs like ‘Oyi’, ‘Ada Ada’, ‘Baby Oku’ and other modern highlife hits. He likes to sing in the Igbo language, and this has not limited him from winning the hearts of other tribes. He has been a recipient of numerous music awards such as the MTV Africa Music Awards (MAMAs) , The Nigeria Music Video Awards (NMVAs) and many more.
Here is StarGist’s list of 4 things you didn’t know about Flavour:
1. His English name is Carlos, hence his full name is Chinedu Carlos Okorie.
2. He became a church drummer at age 8 in the Church Of God Missions International, Enugu.
3. The name ‘Flavour’ was given to him by his friends, and dubbed from a classmate of theirs who had a similar nickname at the University Of Nigeria, Nsukka.
4. His first stage performance was with a live band, at the age of 15.