- Legendary music star 2Baba Idibia wowed most of his fans with another big hit
- The singer donated a state-of-the-art recording studio to the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo Ile-Ife University
- Photos and videos of the new state-of-the-art studio have appeared online and Nigerians have congratulated the singer on the great decision
Veteran Nigerian singer, 2Baba wants the students of Obafemi Awolowo University (OUA) Ile-Ife to not only focus on academics but also activate the latent musical talents within them.
The singer decided to build and donate a state-of-the-art music studio in the institution and Nigerians reacted overwhelmingly to his commendable gesture.
2Baba used his label, Hypertek Digital Instagram handle to make the announcement and share moments from the studio unveiling.
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Photos and videos from the studio’s unveiling event have appeared online and Nigerians loved what they saw.
Check out one of them below:
Check out the interiors of the charming studio below:
Nigerians Praise 2Baba
Nigerians reacted differently to 2Baba’s latest commendable achievement, most of them expressed their admiration for the singer and the new studio.
Legit.ng chosen some of the comments, read below:
“Regularly do great things.”
“It’s huge.. Bless you baba.”
“Study 2Baba. It’s been an amazing class since 2004.”
“Baba invites me to come Voice abeg, my jams full.”
“Get Baba to sign artists from future generations so the money will go away for a long time.”
“Congratulations…….Eje gble eje……..more elbow grease…….Maximum respect Sir 2BABA.”
2Baba, Wizkid tops list of Nigerian singers who dropped out of school
2baba shares official photos of well-furnished music studio he donated to OAU, gives reason for generosity
Legit.ng previously compiled a list of Nigerian singers who dropped out of college for thriving music careers.
These stars came to different higher institutions at some point in their lives, but they had to stop it and focus on being superstar musicians.
Interestingly, 2Baba Idibia made the list because he sang about it in one of his intro tracks as a solo artist.
Olamide and Wizkid were also on the list.