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Nigerian singer Ife releases new song


The Nigerian-born Singer, Songwriter, and performing artiste Ifechukwu Mercy Michael, Professionally known as – Ifé is a graduate of Music and Performing Arts from Nnamdi AzikiweUniversity Awka, Nigeria.

She centers her music and sound on African culture, heritage, mother tongue, and advocacy for the girl-child.

She fuses these ideologies into Alternative highlife, Afro-Soul, Pop music, and many other genres of music.

Ifé has released over 25 records, including two bodies of work which she titled “DarkLight” which is considered to be revolutionary and inspirational, and “Sunset and Paragraphs” (an album) built on Love, Appreciation, History, discourages disunity and encourages hard work.

She describes the album as our lives in chapters, words, and melodies.

The album is about everyone on planet Earth. Every single person has a song or more telling their stories on the album. Each track is considered a Paragraph.

This is her debut Album. Ifé has worked with notable acts in Nigeria and internationally.

They include; Umu Obiligbo, Smartyfrom Burkina Faso on the African Union theme song for #AfricaEducatesHer campaign to return girls to school and another song in her Album, Ahec 3, Unchained XL From New Zealand, DJ Koffi from the United Kingdom, and many others.

She has remained consistent over the years and has always maintained that she’s just getting started even with the significant milestones she keeps attaining.
Ifé is here again with a new song she titled “Paradise (All Over Me)”. This is a song that celebrates love in its uniqueness and describes an imaginary place that is found in a human being who is receptive to true love.

It expresses the growth people go through when they genuinely fall in love. The sacrifices they are willing to make, and the risks they are ready to take because of love.

“I believe in love and would continue to celebrate genuine love and happiness” – Ifé

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