Niniola Opens Up About How “Maradona” Changed Her Life

Niniola Opens Up About How “Maradona” Changed Her Life

Multiple award-winning Nigerian singer, Niniola who is also the older sister of the fellow singer, Teni the Entertainer has disclosed that her hit song, “Maradona” changed her life.

According to the “Ibadi” crooner who recently spoke with Off-The-Top reality TV said,

“Preparation meets opportunity. To be honest. It just happened”.

She goes on further,

“It’s the grace of God but as they say, when hard work and preparation meets opportunity, it just happens. After Project Fame, I just wanted to prove myself. I knew I could sing but I just wanted more. I loved to dance and wanted to incorporate these two things.

I didn’t know anybody in the industry. So, I went online in search for the best producer in Nigeria. This was in 2013. Sarz’s name kept coming up. I reached out to him and he requested that I give him a hit song. I dropped “Ibadi” and that’s how it happened.

One song changed my life. I just did the song Maradona and knew that, like every other ones, it was good. But when we dropped it, it went boom. People and artistes from South Africa started reaching out to me.”

Just recently, Niniola bought JAMB examination forms for 30 students.

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