Niniola Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Award-winning Nigerian Afrobeats celebrity and Queen of Afrohouse, Niniola Apata ‘Niniola’ is about to collaborate with American tune mogul, rap legend, and label executive, Sean Combs aka Diddy for a brand new single.

Recall that over the weekend, Niniola posted a video of Diddy having a video name with her as lovers and co-workers along with Waje, Aramide and others celebrated the talented movie star singer/songwriter for the awesome feat.

Niniola Apata

December 15, 1986 (age 35)

Lagos State, Nigeria
Citizenship Nigeria
Occupation Singer, songwriter, performer
Years active 2014 – present
Musical career
  • Afro-house
  • folk
  • house
Instrument(s) Vocals

The 2-time Grammy-licensed artiste, Niniola captioned the video announcing “Dreams do come via” as she become excited and grateful for the global collaboration.

In the video, Diddy said he desired to make an African remix for one among his songs and someone on his crew endorsed Niniola. He later discovered while he checked his Instagram that the music queen had sent him an immediate message in 2019 declaring her preference to collaborate with him on a music.


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Diddy has continually expressed his love for Nigerian track and choice to collaborate with its stars due to the fact he served as the executive manufacturer on Burna Boy’s Grammy-prevailing ‘Twice As Tall’ album in 2020.

For Niniola, it’s some other global win and reputation for the award-winning artiste after her 2021 Grammy certification.

The Queen of Afro-House obtained a certificate of recognition from the American Recording Academy, and a Grammy for her paintings as a composer on Beyoncé’s album, The Lion King: The Gift.


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The Recording Academy mentioned Niniola for her participation as a Composer on the Grammy-nominated recording “The Lion King: The Gift” through Beyoncé, which became nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album at the 62nd Grammy Awards in 2019.

She turned into provided a Grammy certificates for the album’s win in two classes; “Best Pop Vocal Album” and “Best Music Film”.