However, Salle isn't the only young Nigerian that went viral on social media for the way she sings. In this article, we would be taking a look at Salle and another young Nigerian that became famous after their video went viral on social media.
In 2019, a young boy who was hawking oranges in the street went viral after he was seen singing Tope Alabi's 'You are worthy' song.
The young boy who identified himself as Ayomide, drew the attention of many Nigerian celebrities after his beautiful display in the video, as the original singer, Evangelist Tope Alabi, also re-posted his video.
The biggest breakthrough came for Ayomide when popular Nigerian clergywoman, Reverend Esther Ajayi took interest in him and adopted him. Reverend Esther gave him a scholarship to study to the level he wants and also changed his life for good.
Today, the young boy is now grown up and living a much better life, as he now attends gospel events and also gets called up for shows.
Salle was a 17-year-old street before she was discovered in Owerri, where some people reportedly recorded her while she was singing and shared the video on Instagram.
Her lovely voice drew the attention of many people, including celebrities.
Earlier today, she also shared a video of herself in a studio which seems she is already making her first music video, with people asking her the title of the music she is working on.
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