Waje ethically ushered in a style that introduced a new generation of Nigerian Afropop female artists.
Waje appears to prepare the way for the new era, influenced almost all newbies, creating a vocal trend to the Nigerian Afropop female artists.
On the other hand, she has proved her vocal ability, addictively striking a chord across several songs which always carry a whole part of a song.
Also, the only divergence was her era being on deck in the CDs era, no internet, obviously, the spread of Afropop into the global scene like it is now and in effect, the global bridge accord with the rise of the internet and smartphone usage in West Africa.
The majority of the new generation Nigerian Afropop female artists shares a common characteristic originated from Waje.
Also, In the Nigerian music industry, female artists with such ability and power are very few, which includes, Omawunmi, Ego (Lagbaja‘s Backup vocal), Chidinma, Simi, Seyi Shay and few others.
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It might seems inditrct but they can deny the atom of the qualities in their craft, she appears to prepare the way for the new era, influenced almost the whole Nigeria music industry.
In a time, Afrobeats as a term stops serving the core traditional style and with its constant genre-unifying, interpolating and resurgence, the most meticulous term to describe the wave of music circulating out of Nigeria and Ghana is Afropop.
Aituaje Iruobe, known professionally as Waje, is a Nigerian singer whose vocal range covers three octaves.
In music, an octave sometimes called the diapason is the interval between one musical pitch and another with double of the frequency of the previous pitch.
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Apparently, she first gained recognition after being featured on the remake of P-Square’s “Omoge Mi”. and was also featured on the duo’s 2008 hit track “Do Me”.
Moreover, she contributed vocals to Banky W‘s “Thief My Kele” and M.I‘s “One Naira”.
In 2016, Waje was one of the four judges in the inaugural season of The Voice Nigeria.
However, Waje is undoubtedly one of the greatest vocalists of this generation in the Nigerian music industry, her vocal dexterity is something to behold, simply uncommon and unbelievably relaxing.
In stand alone performance, Waje standout as one of the best live vocal performer in the nigerian music industry.
Waje performance in her solo songs aggravated to the point of her impact and influence in the industry.
Waje‘s recent 5-track project with 17 minutes of playback time titled ‘Heart Season’ exemplifies the fusion of coordinated R&B, Afropop, and a touch of Reggae.