TolumiDE

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Musical artist

Tolu Olumide (also known as TolumiDE) born on February 3, in Toronto, Canada, is a Nigerian R&B, Soul,[1] Afro-Pop Singer and music recording artist.

Olumide grew up in Nigeria. She first broke into music as a member of the dancehall group Woman Ah Run Things.[2] She graduated from York University in Canada, then relocated and currently resides in Washington, D.C. She is known in the East Coast U.S, where she actively performs. Olumide's songs gained repeated airplay on radios in Nigeria, Its heritage can be heard in her live and studio recorded performances. TolumiDE headlined several produced exhibitions by Visual Collaborative, In 2015 she performed again on the same platform in Hyattsville.[3]

Her music video My Love from the album with the same title name, gained rotation on MTV Base Africa,[4] Channel O (South Africa), Trace (Europe), and Gospel Music Channel (USA). It earned her a ‘Channel O’ Music Video Awards nomination in the Most Gifted R&B category.[5]

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