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Jumabee
Also known asJuwon
OriginKogi State
GenresHip hop, reggae, R&B, Gospel
Years active2012 – Present
LabelsS2DB Entertainment
Associated acts
Websites2dbgroup.com

Juwon Olorunnipa, better known as Jumabee is a Nigerian songwriter, recording and performing artiste.

Early life and Education[edit]

Jumabee is the second Child of his Parents Mr. & Mrs. Olorunnipa, a kogi born who acquired his primary education at Sacred Hearts Nursery and Primary School, Kabba, Kogi state, then proceeded for his secondary education at the Federal Government College, Ugwaolawo in 2006, where his interest and passion for singing grew in the midst of classmates and friends.

Jumabee gained admission into the Federal University of Agriculture Markurdi, Benue state in 2008 where he studied Fisheries and Aquaculture and graduated with honors from Federal University of Agriculture Markudi. In 2012.

Jumabee's passion for music can be traced to his childhood.

Career[edit]

His professional music career kick-started in 2004 with the release of his first single, Cassava. Jumabee is known for his collaborative efforts with top music acts in Nigeria and beyond.

Jumabee has serenading collaborations with notable Nigerian Entertainers such as Cynthia Morgan, Coco Ice, Vector, W4, Jaywon, Phenom, Flowssick, Yung6ix, Morell, Buckwylla, Yemi Alade, Sleeq, OD Woods, Jesse Jagz, OritseFemi, Dj Hazan, Dj Real, Dj Spicy, Koker, Joe El, Dj Mekzy, Banky W, Sound Sultan, Niyola, Chigurl, Cosy, Pepenazi, SolidStar, Dj Spicee, Leki, Dj Slamin Jay, Jayn Phoenix, Rayce, Ms Cheif, HarrySong, Fiokee, Dj Baddo, Skales and more to come.

Discography[edit]

Single[edit]

  1. Mango
  2. Oshomo
  3. Barakata Dance
  4. Problem
  5. Kush
  6. Amin
  7. Daddy Showkey
  8. Basket
  9. Sankara
  10. Visa

Collaborations[edit]

  1. Jumabee Featuring W4, Jaywon, Yung6ix, Morell, Flowsick, Phynom and Buckwylla Cassava
  2. Jumabee Featuring Tekno and Vector Fuji
  3. Jumabee Featuring Cynthia Morgan Shower Me
  4. Jumabee Featuring Joe El Chiamaka'
  5. Jumabee Featuring Banky W, Sound Sultan, Niyola and Chigurl 'i Love Good music'
  6. Jumabee Featuring Harrysong Sankara'
  7. Jumabee Featuring Skales (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skales) 'Brakata Dance'
  8. Jumabee Featuring Coco Ice and Ellyman 'Kiss Me'
  9. DJ Hazan Featuring Jumabee 'Gongoni'
  10. DJ Hazan Featuring Jumabee, Vector
  11. Rayce 'Gongoni Remix'
  12. DJ Spicey Featuring Jumabee and Koker 'Atarodo'
  13. DJ Mekzy Featuring Jumabee, Lax and Koker 'Magician'
  14. DJ Real Featuring Jumabee 'Lagos Girls'
  15. DJ Baddo Featuring Jumabee 'Yemisi'
  16. Jumabee Featuring Avalon Okpe, Fioke 'Independent Woman'
  17. Jumabee Featuring Avalon Okpe, Fioke 'Dance It'
  18. Jumabee Featuring Banging 'Highdowell'
  19. Jumabee Featuring Sleeq, Yemi Alade, Yung6ix, Magnito 'Avante Garde'
  20. W4 Featuring Jumabee 'Fakosi'

References[edit]

  1. ^Cynthia Morgan - Cynthia Morgan's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  2. ^Coco Ice - Big Brother Wiki Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  3. ^Vector - Vector's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  4. ^Jaywon - Jaywon's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  5. ^Yung6ix - Yung6ix's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  6. ^Yemi Alade - Yemi Alade's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  7. ^Sleeq - Sleeqs External FunmiTrends Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  8. ^Jesse Jagz - Jesse Jagz's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  9. ^OritseFemi - Oritse Femi's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  10. ^Koker - Koker's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  11. ^Banky W - Banky W's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  12. ^Sound Sultan - Sound Sultan's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  13. ^Niyola - Niyola's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  14. ^Chigurl - Chigurl's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  15. ^Pepenazi - Pepenazi's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  16. ^SolidStar - SolidStar's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  17. ^Rayce - Rayce's External Allmusic Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  18. ^HarrySong - HarrySong's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  19. ^Dj Baddo - Dj Baddo's Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  20. ^Skales - Skales' Wikipedia Profile. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  21. ^W4 - W4's External google search results. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  22. ^Phenom - Phenom's External google search results. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  23. ^Flowssick - Flowssick's External google search results. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  24. ^Morell - Morell's External google search results. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  25. ^Buckwylla - Buckwylla's External google search results. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  26. ^OD Woods - Od Woods' External google search results. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  27. ^Joe El - Joe El's External google search results. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  28. ^Ms Chief Ms Chiefs' External google search results. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018
  29. ^Fiokee Fiokee's External google search results. Retrieved on 22 May, 2018