The Veteran Nigeria Pop Singer Innocent Ujah Idibia popularly known as 2face or Tubaba, whice rose to limelight after his song African Queen which was released in his solo album Face2Face in 2004 has remained relevant in the music industry till date.
Tuface has remained a force to reckon with in the industry because of the kind of music he makes. He makes clean and classic songs which both the young ,adult and even the old people can relate with easily without been offended.
In his songs , he ensures that there is a message that is passed cross to his listeners .
What has kept him on top even after many years in the industry is the fact that he always write good songs .Whenever he sits to prepare a song, he considers the people and also the situation of things around him .
His song "for instance "was solely a wake up call for the Nigerian government , especially those who were not living up to expectations. He also produced songs like African Queen, If Love Is Crime which was for the populace , especially those in love.
He has won many awards and is highly celebrated and recently tipped a legend in the Nigerian Music .
It pays to make good music.
Tubaba is a clear evidence that it pays to make good music.And it is expected that every musician who was wants to thrive in the music industry most borrow a leaf form him.
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