Bola Abimbola

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Bola Abimbola
Background information
Born1968 (age 54–55)
OriginLagos, Nigeria
  • Vocalist
  • recording artist
  • record producer

Bola Abimbola (born c. 1968) is a Nigerian vocalist, recording artist, and record producer from Lagos, Nigeria.[1][2]

Musical career[edit]

Abimbola's career in music began at the age of nineteen with his first recording, Silifa Bamijo, which featured a Yoruba-language version of Michael Jackson's "Don't Stop Till You Get Enough".

Abimbola has toured and recorded as a solo artist, as well as with King Sunny Adé,[3] Sikiru Adepoju,[4] and Giovanni Hidalgo.




He received two Nigerian "Fame" awards in 1998 - "Best Video" and "Artist of the Year".


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