Anderson Emmanuel Amos, born Oct 17th, 1993 is a proud Nigerian from Ohafia LGA, Abia state. Born and raised in Nigeria, Anderson grew up learning to appreciate his roots and to identify with his culture. In 2005 he moved to the Republic of Benin to continue his secondary school education and has since then remained resident in the country.
Anderson’s musical journey began as a little boy, four years old singing around the house. At six years he joined the choir and in no time became the music director at the age of thirteen. Anderson began recording and performing while in secondary school. Opening for the likes of Diamant Noir the foremost rap crew in Benin Republic and recording for 3eme Monarchie in their hit song I Love Cotonou. He since then remained underground working in Ghana as a record label intern with Chicago based indie labels L.A Records and FYI productions. After his work in Ghana he moved back to Cotonou and began to work on his career as an independent artist. His first single Holiday became an instant hit in schools in Cotonou, showcasing his versatility. He followed up with an RnB song Picture Man which was intended for the international market as well as his Rap cover of the song Conscient by the French jazz hip hop band, Hocus Pocus.
He has performed with live bands and live shows in Benin and Nigeria including Espace Tchif, Blackstage, Industry Nite Lagos, Felabration etc…
Anderson recently emerged second runner up Project Fame West Africa season 8. D.I.A.D (Dance is a duty) influenced by dancehall and afrobeat classics shows a fun and playful side of Anderson most of his fans did not see during the Project Fame shows.
DOWNLOAD: “Anderson“ – D.I.A.D (Dance Is A Duty) (3.3 MiB, 2,261 hits)