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Born Terrence Odenigbo
Enugu, Nigeria
Musical artist

Terrence Odenigbo [1] popularly known by his stage name TerryTheVoice , is a Nigerian singer, songwriter and voice-over artist.[2] [3]

Life and career

Early life and education

Terrence Odenigbo is the fourth child from a family of 5. His father is a former civil servant, while his mother is a high school teacher.[4] As a child, he was attracted to radio commercials and movie narrations, which he used to mimic, this led to his decision to become an artist at the age of 8 years old with support from his mother who said his ability was an art which he would benefit from.[5] He had his primary education at the International Nursery and Primary school, and Nsukka secondary school for his secondary education.[6]


His career started while he was studying Psychology at the Godfrey Okoye University, where he was an OAP in the university radio, he followed this with voice-over artistry.While in school, He met Westley who helped him hone his music and became his manager, before coming up with the name "TerryTheVoice" and securing their first music contract.[7]

In 2017 TerryTheVoice released his debut single which he titled "Price on my Head". His musical style has been described as a fusion of contemporary Hiphop to Afro-pop. TerryTheVoice revealed that an extended playlist called "Under Surveillance" will be released soon.[8]


Terry has expressed that his music is influenced by the likes of D'banj,Future,Ajebutter, while stating that Burna Boy is the best African musician due to his radical and conscious style of music which he believes is capable of causing social change.[9]


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