The No 1 Nigerian Female Rapper
Her foray into music began through her mum who was an avid music listener to songs from the 70s and 80s.
Her relevance in the Nigerian Rap landscape as the no.1 Nigerian Female Rapper can not be disputed even by haters.
Facts on Eva Alordiah
* She is the only Nigerian Female Rapper considered by an overall majority as the best, there is no comparison.
* it was Eminem ‘s ” Cleanin’ Out My Closet ” that inspired her to pursue a career in rap music.
* Under the influence of Eminem, she began writing rap verses at the age of 10.
* She was encouraged by her patents to pursue her rap dream.
* In 2009, Eva released “I Dey Play” as her first ever studio recording.
* On 20 November 2011, she released the GIGO E.P ( Garbage in Garbage Out).
* The EP which consisted of 9 songs was released for free digital download.
* “I Done Did it” was released as the EP’s lead single and it was produced by Sossick.
* She released her second single “High” in 2012.
* In the same 2012 she was supposedly signed by Trybe Records. But was supposedly dropped in November 2013.
* in 2013 she released another joint titled “mercy” which was produced by Sossick, a song they both wrote.
* UK producer Drox would later feature her in the music video for “Mercy” in December 2013.
* In August 2013, Eva would sign a management deal with Radioactiiv.
* On 29 July 2013, Eva released the promotional single “Lights Out”.
* On 11 March 2014, she released her version of an unreleased theme song for ( MTV Base ‘s Shuga) titled “Shuga”.
* On 31 August 2014, she became an ambassador of Guinness Nigeria’s Made of Black campaign alongside Olamide and Phyno.
* On 20 November 2014 she released a mixtape with her name ‘Eva’ as the title.
* On 1 March 2016, she released her second mixtape titled Because You Been Waiting .
There you have it, a condensed bio of the No.1 Nigerian Female Rapper.
“1960 the album” listening party went down yesterday.
She gave the first 1000 fans to download the album, the chance to pay whatever they feel like paying.
Now that’s a feat.