Victoria Adeyele, better known as Vee, a Big Brother Naija reality TV star, has recently begun a career in TV hosting following her days on the reality TV show. Vee is a Nigerian-British singer, songwriter, host, and reality TV star who was born in the United Kingdom.
Vee had been singing for a long time before joining the Big Brother Naija reality show. Most of her albums, however, were published in the United Kingdom before she returned to Nigeria. Her biggest hit single, "Show," was released in Nigeria and has been doing exceptionally well on streaming platforms since then.
During Vee's time on the reality show. Vee stated unequivocally that she would consider hosting, as well as confirming her comments about her media tour. During her time on the show, she revealed that she has a passion for hosting television shows.
Vee held a mainland block party listening show in Lagos earlier this month, and here are some photos from it.
Furthermore, following the reality TV programme, Vee has gone above and beyond by hosting the Lagos listening party of the Mainland block party. Celebrity musicians, voice over artists, media figures, and music producers graced the festival, making it a fantastic and significant one. Vee's first gig as a host was at Mainland Block Party's Lagos listening party.
Surprisingly, Vee is still working as a host, as the organisers of the mainland block party have asked her to host their second listening party, which will take place today, April 8th, 2021 in Abuja. The show will be hosted by Vee and will feature top Nigerian artists Terri Apala, Ladipoe, and Joeboy.
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