YCEE is a hip bounce craftsman from the excitement capital of Nigeria, Lagos. Conceived on the 29th of January 1993, Alejo Martin Oludemilade is marked to TINNY ENTERTAINMENT and began music professionally in December 2012. YCEE is an understudy of the University of Lagos and is right now examining Marine Biology.

December 2012 saw the arrival of his first official single “Grin On Me” which was created by expert maker jay smooth. A video for the single followed in January the following year. Follow up singles “Pass Me” and “So be it” highlighting Mbryo came later in 2013.

2014 was a somewhat calm year for him as he required significant investment off music to begin off school on the correct foot. No official single, no video was discharged in 2014 as it was a rebuilding period.

In May 2015, YCEE returned with blast. The arrival of “townhouse” highlighting Patoranking set him appropriate back on the radar. The video was shot by Clarence subsides and Ycee piled on various honor assignments off the accomplishment of “apartment suite”. NEA grants and afrima grants just to specify a couple. In July YCEE discharged a subsequent single “JAGABAN” and its been quick development from that point forward. A remix which highlighted Olamide took after and that further hardened his position as the pioneer of the new school specialists.

A third single “Omo Alhaji” for the year was as of late discharged in December. He unquestionably finished off the year 2015 as one of the most sultry specialists in Nigeria, performing at the greatest shows and most advancing stages Nigeria brings to the table.

2016 has been surprising up until this point. YCEE deservingly gotten the Headies youngster of the year grant, “Omo Alhaji” is at present fixing graphs crosswise over Africa and YCEE’s most recent offering “Su Mi” is additionally doing the rounds on radio and TV also. The Tinny Entertainment hotshot stowed two underwriting bargains in 2016 from media communications monsters Samsson Group and common hair mind items organization Kui Care.

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