The Star (Nairobi)

27 November 2012

Kenya: Naija Label Signs Kenyan Diva Victoria Kimani

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Nigerian based record label, Chocolate City has signed Kenyan singer Victoria Kimani to their label. The record company hosts Nigerian giants like M.I, Ice Prince and Brymo.

The announcement was made on Friday in Nigeria where Victoria was introduced as the newest member of the label. Chocolate City was the first Nigerian music company to attain a global music award and recognition by the British Council in 2007 that is the International Young Music Entrepreneur of the Year (IYMEY) 2007.

Victoria is rapper Bamboo's small sister and is based in the US. She is said to have caught Chocolate City‘s attention when she uploaded her cover version of Ice Prince's hit Oleku online last year.

Victoria lived in Nigeria during her high school years and moved back to Nairobi at age 17. She has collaborated with Jadakiss, DJ Green Lantern, Busta Rhymes, Mario Winans, Cassie, Lloyd, A.I (Japanese superstar), Chris Brown, Diggy Simmons, Timbaland and countless other producers and artists worldwide. Victoria is currently working on her debut album.

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