Biography, Real Name, Age, Music, and Net Worth of Flavour N’Abania.

Flavour, whose real name is Chinedu Okoli, is a Nigerian musician, songwriter, instrumentalist, and producer. He rose to fame after the success of his hit tune “Nwa Baby,” which made him a household name worldwide. Flavour was born in the Nigerian state of Enugu on November 23, 1983.

Educational Background

Flavor received his primary schooling in Enugu, where he grew up. He went to Immaculate Conception College (CIC).

He then went to the University of Nigeria in Nsukka (UNN).

Career and Music

Flavour began his musical career at a very young age. Flavour was a drummer in his Enugu church choir when he was 13 years old. His pastor introduced him to Chris I. Order, the CEO of SoundCity Communications, because of his talent.

He received a scholarship to study Music at Soundcity Communications in 1996. Flavour pursued a career as a drummer.

In 1999, he began playing keyboards and singing as a backup singer for other Soundcity musicians.

Flavour debuted in the Nigerian music scene in 2002 as a drummer and pianist for a local Enugu band. After that, he began playing in Enugu’s City Center, where he was driven to achieve greater heights.

Flavour’s debut album, “N’Abania,” was published in 2005. Obtain Music created the album, which was primarily successful in Nigeria’s eastern region. Nigga Raw, a well-known Nigerian rapper, was featured on the album.

His second album, “Uplifted,” was published in 2010. The album was well-received, and it featured well-known Nigerian performers such as Tiwa Savage.

Flavour learned music production from Dekumzy, Isi Charles, and Nnachie while in Enugu. Years later, he founded his own record company, 2nite Entertainment.

Flavour’s third album, “Blessed,” was released in 2012. In partnership with iROCKING LTD, the album was created and released under his record company 2Nite Entertainment.

Flavour’s Blessed album was one of his most successful.

His fourth album, “Thankful,” was released in 2014. Chidinma, Wande Coal, and a slew of other Nigerian performers appeared on the album.

Flavors’ fifth album, “Ijele- The Traveler,” was published in 2017. The album included 17 tracks and featured well-known Nigerian musicians and Semah, a blind Liberian fan.

In 2018, he collaborated with Yemi Alade on his smash track “Crazy Love.” Later that year, in the song Awele, he featured Umu Obiligbo.

Flavour has collaborated with several well-known Nigerian and African artists, including Tiwa Savage, Kcee, Phyno, Chidinma P-Square, Fally Ipupa, Yemi Alade, Zoro Masterkraft, Mr. Raw, Tekno, and others.

Flavour’s sixth studio album, “Flavour of Africa,” was released in December 2020. Fally Ipupa, Tekno, Odumeje, Phyno, and others appeared on the album’s 16 tracks.

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Awards and Nominations

In 2011, Flavour was named Best Collabo at the Hip Hop World Awards.

Flavour received the Channel O Music Video Awards for Best R&B Video in 2012 and the Nigeria Entertainment Awards for Best Indigenous Artist/Group.

In the 2012 Headies awards, he and Sound Sultan won Best Collabo.

In the 2013 Nigeria Music Video Awards, Flavour won Video of the Year, Best High Life Video, Best Indigenous Concept, and Best Use of Costumes (NMVA). In addition, in 2013, he and Kcee won the City People Entertainment Awards for Best Collabo of the Year.

Flavour received the 2014 African Muzik Magazine Awards for Best Traditional Artist and Best Video of 2014. In the 2014 City People Entertainment Awards, he was also named Video of the Year.

At the 2014 MTV Africa Music Awards, he was also named Best Live Act.

Controversies

Flavour was involved in a legal battle with Wutah, a Ghanaian duet, in 2012. In the Kwarikwa music single, they accused Flavour of stealing a song. Flavour was accused of plagiarizing the beat, chorus, and pace of the song.

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Personal life

Flavour hasn’t tied the knot yet. However, he has two daughters, one from Sandra Okagbue and the other from Anna Banner. Flavour also adopted Semah G. Weifur, a visually handicapped young Liberian.

Flavour Net Worth

Flavour is one of Nigeria’s wealthiest musicians. In Enugu, he owns the nightclub 2Nite Klob. The value of Flavour is estimated to be $9.8 million.

 

 

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