Flavour

Flavour

About Flavour

Flavour N'abania, commonly known as Flavour, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. He was born on November 23, 1983, in Enugu State, Nigeria.

Flavour started his music career in 2005 with the release of his debut album "N'abania," which featured hit tracks such as "Nwa Baby (Ashawo Remix)" and "Oyi (Remix)." He has since released several other successful albums, including "Uplifted," "Blessed," and "Ijele the Traveler."

Flavour is known for his unique blend of highlife music, contemporary African rhythms, and traditional Igbo music. He sings in several languages, including English, Igbo, and pidgin English, and his music often celebrates African culture and values.

In addition to his music career, Flavour has also ventured into acting. He made his acting debut in the 2017 Nollywood movie "Professor Johnbull" and has since appeared in several other movies and TV shows.

Flavour has won several awards for his music, including the City People Entertainment Award for Musician of the Year (Male) and the Nigeria Music Video Award for Best Highlife Video. He is also known for his philanthropic work and is involved in several charitable organizations, including the Flavour Foundation, which provides educational support and empowerment programs for underprivileged children in Nigeria.

Overall, Flavour is a talented musician, actor, and philanthropist who has made a significant impact in the Nigerian entertainment industry and beyond.
 

Hometown

Enugu

Genre

Hip Pop

Date of birth

1983-11-23