Fast rising and young Afro-life Nigerian Singer, Rapper, Poet, Songwriter, Compere, entrepreneur and Actor, Sani Emmanuel Iko-Ojo, professionally known as “Emmy Rhymes” is yet committed to the journey of success as he heads straight to limelight in the entertainment industry, regardless of his background and struggles.
Growing up in the hinterlands, in some communities across Benue state, Emmy Rhymes had already embarked on his music career right from his teen age. As an infant who loved music and entertainment, Emmy managed to encourage and develop his gift by engaging in rap battles, ministration in church, writing songs for emerging Artist and performing at events.
Born in Gboko, the Artist experienced lots of challenges which was enough for him to despair, but he was undaunted anf undistracted from having a great career in the industry. In 2015, he professionally commenced his career with a release of his debut single, titled “Angels in my Head”. The drop of this song accelerated the fame and creativity of Emmy Rhymes as it was at some point an anthem in his community.
Over the years, Emmy Rhymes had received several recognizable achievements and has been engaged in several prominent activities, including being one of the most celebrated and popular Artists during his university days, Winner of MTN Next Rated Talent Hunt, earned two(2) nominations at the North Central Indigenous Music Award, hosted three (3)major events and has performed at high leveled events across Nigeria including EFCC corruption concerts.
The Geography and Town Planning Graduate from Kogi state university has continued to use his gift to inspire, educated, entertain and inform an emerging generation of good music lovers. His story remains an inspiration to young upcoming Artists. However, Emmy Rhymes is one Artist Nigerians must look out for this year, considering his capacity and versatility in entertainment and music career especially with the release of his new video ” You No Hear”
Emmy Rhymes an EFCC ambassador release this music video today “You No hear” as part of his reformative crusade for total eradication of corruption and corrupt practices in Nigeria and Africa at large.
Emmy Rhymes calls on each and everyone of us to be a good ambassador of a just, egalitarian, and corrupt-free society.
The fight against corruption is a collective responsibility.
As you listen to this song, kindly share with your friends and be part of the change we envisage for. Because Change begins with you.