06 March 2017

Biography: Kelly Hansome

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Orji Kelechi Obinna George Michael Hans, professionally known as Kelly Hansome, is a multi-talented Nigerian singer, songwriter and music producer. He hails from Eziobodo in Owerri West Local Government Area of Imo state. Hansome had his crèche education at Albright nursery school, then proceeded to Alvan Staff Primary School, Government College Owerri and finally, Madonna University Okija, Anambra state where he studied Computer Science.

With impeccable talent and an undying passion for music, Hansome took a shot at a career in music and in no time was signed by label giants, Kennis Music. He then released his debut single, “Maga Don Pay” which was an instant nationwide hit. It was followed by his debut album “Too Much Money” which also housed other hits like “Like Play” and “True Love”; needless to say the album was a mass-market supernova. Shortly afterwards, Hansome parted ways with Kennis Music to establish his own brand, Maga Music, under which he released a number of singles.

Hansome is regarded by music lovers and critics as the most controversial artiste in Nigeria following the release of several diss songs which include the infamous “Igwe KomKom” as well as “La La Low”, in which he takes a shot at the defunct Mo’hits Record crew and Terry G; and also “Finish You Boy” in which he addresses his issues with fellow artist, M.I.

Hansome is currently signed to Now Muzik and still hopes to make more music.

The track addressed Terry G accusation that he has been stealing his style ”tile tile” and “free me”. He also recorded another song where he dissed MI.

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