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“I recorded my first album here” – music icon, 2face visits studio of Ex-label boss, Kenny Ogungbe

“I recorded my first album here” – music icon, 2face visits studio of Ex-label boss, Kenny Ogungbe

Innocent Idibia, also known as 2Baba, paid a memorable visit to the Kennis 104.1 studio, where he generously honoured Kenny Ogungbe and Kennis Music.

Reflecting on his early career, 2Baba fondly remembered how he created his debut first album, “Face 2 Face,” in this very studio with the mentoring and assistance of Kenny Ogungbe and Kennis Music.

He remembered that there was no special driving element during the creation of his debut album, but he and others were confident in the record label’s and his own prospective success as a vocalist.

2baba praised Kenny Ogungbe, highlighting his enduring talent in creating an inclusive and supportive atmosphere where individuals feel at ease and empowered to freely express themselves and flourish creatively.

Watch Him Speak Below;

In 2004, 2Baba’s debut solo endeavor, “Face 2 Face,” hit the shelves and swiftly captivated Nigeria, achieving unprecedented success with over 2 million copies sold in record time.

The album’s breakout single, “African Queen,” further propelled 2Baba into the international spotlight, garnering widespread acclaim beyond Nigerian borders.

2Baba’s recent visit to the esteemed Kennis 104.1 studio and his heartfelt tribute to Kenny Ogungbe and the renowned Kennis Music imprint serve as a poignant reminder of the label’s pivotal role in shaping the careers of countless Nigerian musicians, including 2Baba himself.

This homage underscores the enduring impact of “Face 2 Face,” highlighting its enduring legacy and profound influence on the landscape of the Nigerian music industry, a testament to 2Baba’s enduring prowess and the label’s indelible mark on music history.

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Source: NaijaChoice News

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