After releasing her debut single "Ibadi", she was nominated for Most Promising Act to Watch at the 2015 Nigeria Entertainment Awards.
Niniola has come a long way from the aspiring star that competed on music reality show Project Fame many years ago.
Not only has she established herself as a music force in the Nigerian music industry, but she has also amassed enough hit songs and followership to earn herself a seat at the table.
Nigerian singer-songwriter Yemi Alade has become a major Afropop star in recent years, winning high-profile African music awards and topping 100 million YouTube views for her hit "Johnny." In 2019, her smooth and vibrant music crossed over to U.S. audiences with the help of Beyoncé, who gave Alade a feature in her song "Don't Jealous Me.
Yemi also gained more popularity after the release of her 'Woman of Steel' album.
Both singers both possess great vocals, international recognition and the Afro pop taste. They are also both for their love of extravagant and flashy dressings mostly in their music video
You cannot help but admire their fashion sense and fashion is a section whereby both artistes seem to outdo each other.
Who do you think is more fashionable?
Yemi ? Or Nini?
See alluring pictures of them below:
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