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About Wande Coal
Wande Coal, whose real name is Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and performer. He was born on October 18, 1985 in Lagos State, Nigeria. Wande Coal started singing in church choir at a young age, and he developed his skills by performing at local shows and events.
Wande Coal's music career began in 2006 when he joined the Mo' Hits Records, a record label owned by Don Jazzy and D'banj. He became a member of the label's music group, Mo' Hits Allstars, and was featured on several hit songs including "Ololufe" and "Booty Call".
In 2008, Wande Coal released his debut solo album "Mushin 2 Mo'Hits" which featured hit songs such as "Bumper to Bumper", "You Bad", and "Taboo". The album was a commercial success and earned Wande Coal several award nominations including a nomination for Best Vocal Performance (Male) at the 2009 Headies Awards.
After the Mo' Hits Records disbanded in 2012, Wande Coal signed a record deal with Don Jazzy's new record label, Mavin Records, and released his second album "Wanted" in 2015. The album featured hit songs such as "Ashimapeyin", "Superwoman", and "My Woman, My Everything" featuring Patoranking.
Wande Coal is known for his unique voice, smooth delivery, and ability to blend different genres of music. He has won several awards for his music including the Headies Award for Best R&B/Pop Album in 2016, and the Nigeria Entertainment Award for Best R&B/Pop Artist in 2018.
Wande Coal continues to release hit songs and perform at concerts and events around the world. His contribution to the Nigerian music industry has earned him a place as one of Nigeria's top male artists.