17 November 2012

Nigeria: White Nigerian Serves Fatherland

Mr Jammal Muhammed, aka White Nigerian, one of the fastest coming upcoming Abuja based artistes is finally serving his father's land.

White Nigerian, 25, graduated with both a Bachelors and Masters Degree in Global Management from London Metropolitan University and Regents Business School London. He was born in the City of Jos, Plateau State where he completed his secondary school.

In 2010 while he was still in University in London, he joined the entertainment industry after he was discovered on YouTube by AY the comedian. His first performance was in the presence of over 5,000 people at AY Live in London's 02indigo.

Since then White Nigerian has performed in different shows including AY Live (London, Abuja, Lagos, Asaba), Lord of the Ribs with Basket Mouth in Abuja, Nigeria @ 50 in Trafalgar Square, London, P-Square's Album Launch in Lagos, Harp Rhythm Unplugged, Crack Ur Ribs and many more. Although White Nigerian started as a comedian, his passion lies within music.

He recently collaborated with JJC and Terry Tha Rapman and released "one of Nigeria's best" club songs of 2011 rapping in both Hausa and Pidgin English single called "Taka Rawa" His latest single Dirty Wine was just released a few weeks ago, and is already getting a lot of attention both nationwide and Internationally. It was recently No. 1 on Wazobia FM and No. 10 on MTV's top 10 Afrobeats songs.

Even more surprising, White Nigerian is currently at the NYSC Orientation Camp in Keffi, Nasarawa State. He just recently uploaded some pictures and it seems he is having a very good time in camp. He was even voted as the Hostel Leader in charge of over 150 people just two days of being in Camp.

This young man only carries a Nigerian passport and he surely is proud of it.

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