Waje (an acronym for “Words aren’t just enough”) is a Nigerian singer with a three-octave vocal range. Aituaje Iruobe (born September 1) is a Nigerian singer with a three-octave vocal range.
She appeared in the remake of P-“Omoge Square’s Mi” and in the duo’s 2008 smash song “Do Me” as the female voice.
Banky W’s “Thief My Kele” and M.I’s “One Naira” both featured her. She was one of the four judges on The Voice Nigeria’s first season in 2016.
Waje was born in Nigeria’s Ondo State, then transferred to Edo State, where she was nurtured by her parents.
In her family, she was the first child and the first girl. Her parents split when she was young, and she had to deal with a lot of difficulties.
Waje was a member of the choir of the Word of Faith Group of Schools. She used to sing gospel tunes for the late Archbishop Benson Idahosa of the Church of God Misson International.
Archbishop Benson was so taken with her singing that he decided to assist her throughout her high school years.
She then relocated to Nsukka to pursue a social work degree at the University of Nigeria.
Waje concentrated on her musical endeavors during her school years, such as school concerts and fellowships.
To better her music, she listened to and learned from her mentors, such as Whitney Houston and Aretha Franklin. Check out Waje’s Songs, Videos and Albums below!