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10 Things you Should Know About Shaydee

Nigerian singer Shaydee hit the spotlight after he was signed to Banky W’s EME records back in 2012 and have since gone to release a couple of songs that can be termed successful.

Shaydee, however, left the label in 2017 and according to him;

I think I was the only one that left without any story.

I think people were just looking for drama and they couldn’t find any with me.

I know how media works and I like my reputation to be good without blemish.

I don’t have time for all that lies.

We’re all trying to make money, so everyone is cool”

On his former boss, Shaydee celebrated him then went on to thank him for the opportunity.

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Happy birthday Bankssss @bankywellington … May Gods great favour and grace be with you. Thanks for all I have learnt from you and thanks for the opportunity you gave me to find my path in life as I continue on this incredible journey on my own. May God reward you accordingly a thousand fold.”

Here are 10 things you should know about Shaydee

1. He was Born Shadrach Adeboye in Kano. He is the second of 4 children.

 I’m the second child in a family of four. I was born in Kano state but moved to ​Lagos at an early age with my family. I’m a graduate of Electrical Engineering from the University of Ilorin, Ilorin. I take family very seriously and I do the very best to make them proud because we all represent our families and various backgrounds in whatever field one is in.

2. He started his singing career in the church choir at the age of 15.

3. He bagged a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Ilorin, Kwara.

4. Shaydee went professional with his music in 2005.

5. He first snagged a record label with Cackland Music in 2010.

6. Shaydee was first a bricklayer before he was discovered by Banky W.

7. He once revealed that he started singing just to lure girls.

I really d​id​n’t think I kn​e​w how to sing but I decided to give it a try with a friend back in secondary school. To be honest, the motivation back then was just getting the ladies with my voice because I obviously thought that was all having ​the​ talent was about. As time passed, I realised I could do so much more than just get girls. So I joined the choir, joined an accapella group and that’s how it all started.

8. He does Afrobeats, R&B, Ragga, street music and hip-hop.

9. He signed an endorsement deal with Metro Taxi in 2014.

10. He has worked with top acts like Wizkid, Banky W amongst many others..


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