Niniola Apata, also known as Niniola, is a Nigerian singer and composer who was born in Lagos, Nigeria, on December 15, 1986.

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She attended Apata Memorial High School for her elementary and secondary schooling before going on to the University of Lagos to acquire a bachelor’s degree in education.

She was involved in a variety of social events and competitions during her high school years, and she has always loved music, both as a child and as an adult.

During her free time, she had a request show where her friends would submit requests and she would perform for her classmates.

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This was made feasible by her extensive song repertoire and clear vocals; she was dubbed “the human radio,” and she eventually joined the school’s cultural organization and participated in social activities.

Despite the fact that she has immersed herself in music and received praise from friends, she has entered a few competitions in order to hone her musical abilities.

Niniola competed in season six of (Project Fame West Africa), becoming third runner-up. During the competition, she played a live performance of “Limpopo” with Kcee, as well as her own composition “ITURA,” which was produced by Cobbhams Asuquo.

Dolli Parton, Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, and Kidjo have all influenced Niniola’s work.

In 2013, she rose to prominence after finishing third runner-up on the sixth season of Project Fame West Africa. Check out Niniola’s Songs, Videos and Albums below!