Born and raised in Benin city, Edo State in Nigeria, Nosakhare Shadrack Omoregie started out singing in the children’s choir in church and is majorly influenced by Gospel singers like Fred Hammond, he also credits his R&B influences to the legendary group, Boyz II men. He later grew to love Jazz and Soul music but his primary musical influential roots however remain Gospel and Afro-Highlife.
Y’all remember “Always Pray For You”…. an inspirational track that took the Nigerian airwaves by storm sometime last year..
Nosa is back with a brand new one called “why you love me.” Typical of Nosa, he uses the strength that lies in rawness of his voice to deliver this upbeat eastern Nigerian Highlife (something similar to what we get from Flavor)
A love song in its raw form without the hype of sexual gratification and promotion of nudity as we see in modern Nigerian music scene…..on a second note, it could be a christian song that talks about a love from the superior being.
He says “infact, me I dont know where to start, I can not even solve this maths; …….He dey blow my mind dey go”
Nosa branded himself with the use of the Pidgin language in his music and he is making the pidgin language really “hip”. Lyrically with his songs, Nosa aims to, first and foremost, inspire the listener then to provoke change and deliver good music