Queen Ure Drops First Single
From This Day Nigeria
23rd March 2012
Banker and entertainment diva, Miss Ure Okezie, popularly known as Queen Ure, is the latest to be bitten by the music bug after it emerged she has concluded plans to release her first single titled “A Better Place”, an R & B song laced with a fusion of African Rhythm will open her lyrical account.
The song, which is her first single, will be released by Chris Kehinde Nwandu’s, Ikenga Entertainment Inc. It packs a message of love and hope for humanity while calling for the world to be a better place.
Delivered in her sweet and strong voice, the track is also spiced with Igbo, Hausa and Yoruba languages. The song was produced by Phat-E, a young talented producer that also produced “Kuchi Kuchi”.
The full album, according to feelers from Ikenga Entertainment Inc, will finally hit the market in few weeks time with accompanying world class videos. Abia-born Ure Okezie, is the only daughter of late elder statesman, medical doctor, politician and former minister of Agriculture, Dr J.O.J Okezie.
Her mother Lady Rose Okezie is a female activist and current Special Adviser on women matters to the governor of Abia State. A graduate of physics from the University of Jos, Queen Ure’s has over a decade of banking experience in notable banks.
Posted on March 24, 2012, in African Musicians, Album Release, News and tagged A Better Place, African Rhythm, Hausa, Igbo, Kuchi Kuchi, Nigerian Music, Phat-E, Queen Ure, Ure Okezie, Yoruba. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.