“Halleluyah” is an heavenly language, and that’s the title of this song by sensational soul singer Emily. The Abuja based Songwriter, Recording Artist, won the 2013 Moozik Cafe Gospel Music Competition in Lagos, Nigeria.
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Emily Oghoyone, better known by her stage name Emily Sings, is a Nigerian singer-songwriter, recording artist and make-up artist. She is currently working on her debut album.
In 2013, Emily released her debut single “I Am Nigeria” a song that encourages every Nigerian to look past the down turn of the country and focus on the good. With the recent happenings in Nigeria, it’s almost impossible to be positive minded, but the song is one that will make you have a rethink.
Emily, was born in Delta State,Nigeria. Her family relocated to Benin City when she was about 9 years old.
While attending high school, she joined the popular Christian Students Association (C.S.A) where she improved on her vocals and the love she already had for music. She is a graduate of Mass Communication (Broadcast Major), Federal Polytechnic, Auchi, Edo State.
Emily discovered her interest in music at a tender age and this interest made her join the children choir in her local assembly at the time. She became the music director of the church main choir at age 18 and proceeded to singing in concerts and events.
She did back up for several artists, the United States based Osene Ighodaro, inclusive. Further more,she has performed on stage with; Paul Agubata, The Rooftop MCs, Samsong, Rev. Victor Atenaga, Joan Paul, IK Louis, to name a few.
In 2011 she participated in the popular Project Fame West Africa and thereafter participated in the 2013 Moozik Cafe Gospel Music Competition, where she emerged winner. The competition was organized by the Lagos based producer, Chinedu-Gboof and other music icons.
Since then, her music career became more professional, and in the same year she started recording her debut studio album.