Adebayo Adeleke, professionally known as B-Red, is a talented Nigerian singer and songwriter, hailing from Osun State. Born on July 23 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, he is the son of Nigerian senator Ademola Adeleke. B-Red’s musical journey began in 2013 with the release of his single “Insane Girl,” which featured vocals by his cousin, the popular Nigerian pop singer Davido. Let’s delve into the life and career of this remarkable artist.
B-Red Early Life and Education:
B-Red was born in Atlanta, Georgia, but later moved to Nigeria to pursue a career in music. He comes from a notable family, being the son of Nigerian senator Ademola Adeleke and the cousin of Davido, who founded Davido Music Worldwide (DMW).
B-Red’s musical talent led him to join HKN, a prominent Nigerian music label. In 2016, he released his debut EP titled “All The Way Up,” comprising eight songs, including popular singles like “Uju” and “Cucumber,” featuring Akon. While he didn’t release a full album during his initial years with HKN, he continued to drop several singles.