Shola Allyson-Obaniyi, popularly known as Shola Allyson, is a Nigerian soul, folk singer, gospel singer and song-writer. She came into limelight with the hit album Eji Owuro (2003), which was the soundtrack album for a film of the same name. After Eji Owuro, she released other albums like Gbe Je F'ori and Im'oore. Her popular songs include: "Eji Owuro", "Obinrin Ni Mi", "Aseye", "Isinmi", amongst others. Apart from being a singer, she is also a voice coach, counsellor and a consultant.
Allyson started her career as a back-up singer in the late 1980s, when she was only thirteen. She later became a professional back-up singer and worked with musicians such as: The opportunity to make her first album Eji Owuro, came when she met a man with a movie script in a public bus. The man initiated a conversation with Allyson, telling her about a film shoot he just concluded, titled "Orekelewa". Allyson was eventually called to sing a soundtrack for the film, which led to the change in the title of the film to "Eji Owuro". When Eji Owuro the film, was released, the studio decided to make a full music album for the film. The album, upon release, became a huge success commercially and critically, launching Allyson into the music industry.
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