Nigerian-American singer Onny set for international success, follows Davido”s footsteps



Nigerian-American singer Onny, says she is set for international success as she try to follow Nigerian superstar, David Adeleke, aka Davido’s footsteps, in making her musical career very successful.

The 23 -year- old bubbly songwriter, made the disclosure on Africamusiconline.com, where she said that she was taking her musical career very seriously, just like Davido started out from an American University.

Onny, who is also a medical student in United States, has a natural flair for song writing and has written over 60 songs to her credit.

She also has interesting set of records that are already setting the YouTube and other social media platforms agog.

“I am currently pursuing my masters degree in the healthcare profession of Orthotics and Prosthetics in Florida. I am set to graduate in December 2021 and will start my residency in 2022,’’ Africamusiconline.com reports.

The Nigerian- American singer has excelled in singing, writing, producing music, beats, dancing and acting.

According to her, if her two YouTube releases puts one in a dancing mood, then she is going to become a huge success story.

“One of her musical videos ‘I KNOW SABI THIS LOVE’, will convince you that Nigeria’s musical talents are already taking the world by storm,’’ Africamusiconline.com stated.

Onny, who was born in Detroit, Michigan, started singing at the age of five and at age nine, she was already writing music.

She has written over 60 songs alongside melodies that your ears would fall in love with.

She also has a very strong fan base with which she was ready to roll all over the world.

Rave reviews have trailed the two YouTube recordings she had so far made.

“She is a great songwriter for her age and can do what most people in the music industry cannot do, which is amazing”, another review of her works explained.

“She plans to keep writing music for major artistes in the future and wants to continue recording her music to show to the world.

“Her dancing skills which is well established in the dance that heralds the video of ‘I know Sabi this love’ was well delivered.

“The other YouTube song that is also delightful is ‘I’ll be happy when’’, written and recorded by Onny starts with a mild tempo beat before climaxing into a dance routine that is indeed amazing.

“The young lady is certainly a star in the making and her priority is to get professional managers to handle her affairs, so she can go into a proper studio to unleash an album that will shake the whole world.

“What is certain for now is that international success beckons for Onny and the fact that her parents are very happy and supportive with her music career.’’

Edite by Cecilia Odey/Ali Baba-Inuwa

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