Esegine Orezi Allen was born and raised with his family in Owhelogbo, Isoko, Delta State. He is the oldest of five siblings. He went to Abakaliki’s Command Secondary School.

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He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Lagos and served in the National Youth Service Corps for one year.

Orezi debuted in the music industry in early 2009. Kiddominant, Del B, and Dokta Frabz are among the producers with whom he has collaborated. Orezi’s first musical release was “I No Fit Lie”.

The music video for the song was shot in South Africa. The song became the theme song for Radio Continental. Subsequently, Orezi headlined a show named after the song.

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Continental Broadcasting Services (CBS), the owners of Radio and TV Continental, organized the event.

Orezi released “High B.P.” in 2010. MTV Base endorsed the music video for the song. In late 2010, he released another single titled “Jamilaya”, featuring UK disk jockey DJ JamJam. Like its predecessors, the song received rave reviews.

Orezi was featured alongside Danagog, Igho, and DJ Debby on the track “Emoti” in early 2011. Trace TV, MTV Base, Sound City, and One Music all aired it.

Orezi bursts onto the Nigerian Music scene after collaborating with DJ Jimmy Jatt. He was featured on Jatt’s “Komije” single alongside Sauce Kid, Muna, and Igho.

Orezi released the music video for his song “Booty Bounce” which featured cameo appearances from Karen Igho, Bovi, Wande Coal, Kay Switch, Sina Rambo, Vina, Danagog, Skuki and General Pype, among others.

The song was one of the top ten African songs on Trace Urban, Channel O, and MTV for several weeks.

The song’s music video was nominated for a Channel O Music Video Award in the Reggae/Dancehall category in 2012. Check out Orezi’s Songs, Videos and Albums below!