Meet Ugoccie, Nigeria Rapper and Song Writer
Meet Ugoccie Nigeria fast rising rapper with real name Favour Ugochi Anosike born March 16, 1997. Ugoccie unique music style with the infusion of Igbo dialect in her music is second to none.
She is an effective Nigerian singer, rapper and songwriter. Launching her vocation into the Nigerian music space with her TikTok trendy song, Do You Really Like Me. The song which also had a remix featuring Kolaboy happens to be a cover to the popular Nigerian-American singer, Rotimi‘s song, In My Bed.
Meet Ugoccie Family
Ugoccie was brought into the world to the group of Mr and Mrs Anosike on the 16th of March 1997. She hails from Aba, Abia State, Nigeria.
She had a pleasant youth as she as her father was a lover of music which boosted her career track.
As an excellent lady, she opened an Instagram account and began developing the page by posting decent videos of herself with her songs. At the point when she had acquired a sizable number of devotees she chose to wander into music as a career in 2018.
Hungry for fame, she join TikTok to seek after an expert demonstrating vocation.
Fortunately for her, her song, Do You Really Like Me got endorsed by top personalities like Toke Makinwa, Yemi Alade, Janemena and other notable names.
Ugoccie learned at Wise Brain Academy before moving to Ninlan Demonstration Secondary School for her rudimentary, center and secondary school instruction.
She graduated from the prestigious Alex Ekwueme University in Ebonyi State, where she bagged her degree in Micro Biology.
She also had her internship in Kebbi State, Nigeria where she worked as radio personality in a famous Nigerian radio station.
While working with a famous radio station, Ugoccie never dispatched her own career, as she kept on doing cover to popular songs and also releasing hers. Winning a ton of lovers to herself, she had no option than to make a great deal of benefit out of it.
Skilled with the composing ability, she diverted it into verse prior to transforming into songwriting. She chose to head out in different directions from rapping to singing. She utilized the the already popularized Afrobeat genre to carve out her unique style.