The sensual Kween is again in London. But this time she wouldn’t be there for long as she has to get back in time for her to kick start activities for the year. Already, she has been scheduled for a few media exposures in London.
In the later part of 2011, this stylish and striking mother of two, with an impressive frame like that of a Roman Goddess released her debut album ‘Kweendoncome’. The album adjudged as an “excellent piece by all standards”, a classic indeed with a contemporary afro-soul feel has a serenading effect with a vocal delivery that is unrivalled.
All through December, Kween had a series of Club Tours at various exquisite venues, from The Coliseum Nite shift, to Swe Bar, The Place then Cresendo, all of which were live performances. Feedbacks from guests were cheering. For, Engr. Dolapo, one of the guests at The Coliseum Nite Shift, “….this is about the most matured live performance I have seen…her songs are not the everyday regulars you hear, they are songs you listen to”.
This is an attestation that this Diva with a wowing combination of height, model-like stature, brightly polished skin shade, an encapsulation of beauty and brains is never compromising in her stage performance. According to Kween “the year would be a busy one for me with respect to my career as I have so much planned out already”.
She is also in the process of signing a management deal with Cream Entertainment, a Management firm run by Sijuade Adedokun. Obasijuade as he is popularly known as also doubles as the President of Artiste Managers Association of Nigeria (AMAN).