Victoria Kimani is a Kenyan but most Nigerians thought she is from Nigeria and no doubt she bridged the gap to Afropop between the two countries.
Some music lovers and fans always wonder about the origin of Kenya’s star Victoria Kimani for the fact she’s being established in the Nigerian music industry.
R&B/Afropop singer Victoria Kimani is Born in Los Angeles to Kenyan parents, and moved all over the globe, specifically to Tulsa, Okla., Nigeria and finally Kenya.
The concept of music consolidation and union aside from musicians from Ghana started from Victoria Kimani, a Sultry Kenyan songstress who also has set the interwebs on fire with a hard-hitting of hot jpegs.
Her style, which is a staple for many on social media has been widely described as “hardstyle” but the singer has debunked it and expresses that her style is not the definition of her lifestyle.
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Victoria Kimani is a Kenyan singer, songwriter, actress and entertainer previously signed to Nigerian record label Chocolate City, and was described as the record label’s first lady.
She has received several award nominations from the African music industry, and her singles are played on radio channels across Africa.
In 2014, Kimani released the single “Show”, produced by singer and producer Tekno, a smash hit single that introduced her to a large fanbase in Nigeria and beyond Africa.
Arguably Victoria Kimani is one of the biggest female artists in Africa and has been holding it down for almost a decade now in the industry.
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Her mixed African and modern fusion, somewhat regarded as one of the most versatile female artists, with her great vocals to effortlessly blend both elements on raps and hooks, the unlimited creative concept helps to keep her floating and seamlessly find a balance to any features either African or modern style.
In 2016, Victoria Kimani released her new single “All the Way”, featuring Khuli Chana, she samples Angelique Kidjo’s on the song.
Victoria Kimani released an album Safari in December 2017, which features guest stars across Africa, including Sarkodie, Khuli Chana, Jesse Jagz, Phyno and Ice Prince.
Having a mixtape and an album to her discography with so many singles.