9ice Gets 4th Child From 3rd Baby’s Mama

A celebrated hip-hop artiste, 9ice, born Alexander Abolore Adigun Alapomeji Ajifolajifaola, has received with delight a newborn baby from his third baby’s mama, Sunkanmi Ajala.
Sunkanmi, the Creative Director of event management and decor firm, De Sky Events recently put to bed a baby girl

The new arrival is 9ice’s 4th child. His first is Toni Payne’s son, Zion after which his girlfriend, Victoria bore him twins.

He is a Nigerian musician from south-westerner, Ogbomoso in Oyo State but he grew up in the district of Bariga in Lagos.
At the March 2008 edition of the Hip Hop World Awards held in Nigeria, 9ice won the Revelation of the Year award and the Best Male Vocal Performer. A month later at the first SoundCity Music Video Awards, 9ice was nominated in the category of Best New Artiste. 9ice's biggest single is titled "Gongo Aso". He is the founder of Alapomeji Records.

After recording his first demo, 9ice joined a group called Mysterious Boys with whom he did a couple of tracks before going on to form his own, now defunct, group Abinibi. Having recorded his first demo titled Risi De Alagbaja in 1996 and his first solo song, Little Money in 2000, 9ice had to wait till 2005 before himself and his music started gaining recognition in the Nigerian music market.

The first major break for 9ice came from his first single title Little Money and not long after then he did collaborations with different Nigerian artist that immediately prompted the release of another hit single title Ganja Man. Id.Cabasa produced Ganja Man which was released with other songs in March 2006. The reggae tone and playful style of the song made it an instant hit. He later found his own record company and release all other album under his label Alapomeji Records.

9ice is known for his use of the Yoruba language in his music, but mixes the Yoruba proverbs with English, broken English, Hausa and Ibo sometimes. 9ice compares himself to Youssou N'Dour who has won a couple of Grammy with music recorded in his mother tongue, and Yvonne Chaka-Chaka whose music has also embraced her language. He has been quoted as saying "English language has been imposed on us but God graciously gave Yoruba language to us.

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