Blessing Tangban warmed her way into our hearts with her hit song “Pennsylvania”. The Nigerian born and raised artist recently won big at the Galaxy Music Awards for her proverbial song “Tebe Tebe” in the category of Best Female Vocalist. She was nominated alongside Chidinma for her song 40 years and other outstanding Nigerian female artistes in the music industry.
The authentic and talented musician was also nominated for Best Alternative Song. This may be a “pinch-me moment” for the singer, but the award is well deserved. The song “Tebe Tebe” was written partly in English and partly in her native language, Ejagham. In the song, she says “train a child in the way that he should grow, but let go of his soul.” It’s no wonder she was nominated for Best Alternative Song. True to her nature, the song spoke to the hearts and ears of parents in Nigeria and expatriate Nigerian communities around the world.
I wrote about the “Grow Up” singer earlier this year when she explained the meaning behind some of her famous and meaningful lyrics. You can read about it by clicking on the below. The “Badamuah” songstress also performed at the Galaxy Music Awards on the 13th of December, and we hear it was nothing short of spectacular. We are sending our congratulations to Blessing Tangban, whose soulful music continues to resonate with millions across the globe.
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