The Nigerian born singer popularly known as chidinma celebrated her mother's 60th birthday anniversary in a grand style where she expressed her love by gifting her mother a well built and furnished mansion as a birthday gift.
This news started spreading on the internet after chidinma showcased a photo of her and that of her mum on Instagram and wrote.
Happy 60th birthday Iya Lucky. Your next is about to be toooo emotional. Thank you for all that you do for the Clan. Thank you for being my strength and my shield
Gifting her mother such a pleasant gift on her birthday shows the Nigerians and the world at large how much show loves and cares for her mother and as well shows her fellow singers how to celebrate their mothers birthday in a remarkable way.
How and when Chidinma started her musical career
You might be interested to know about this Chidinma and how she started her musical career but the truth is that her full name is Chidinma Hilary Ekile and was born in Imo State Nigeria
Her musical career started right from the day show joined and started signing in her church choir when she was just 6 years but after few years her musical career took another dimension when she auditioned for the 3rd edition of the MTN Project Fame, which she became the winner at last.
Her popularity started growing after winning the MTN Project Fame which finally connected her to IllBliss who became her manager and producer, today she is now among the Nigerian successful female singers.
She released her first solo single titled “Jankoliko” In 2011“ featuring Sound Sultan, and it was followed by `Chidinma’, her self-titled debut studio album. The album was supported by her singles “Jankoliko”, “Carry You Go”, “Kedike” and “Run Dia Mouth”. More Gist:
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She has been featured several times by both Nigerian and foreign artists, including Flavour and Banky W. She won her first award for the Best Female West African Act Category at the 2012 KORA Awards in Ivory Coast.