Umu Obiligbo are Nigeria duo singer and Highlife musicians named Chukwuebuka Akunwafor Obiligbo and Ifeanyichukwu Okpuozor Obiligbo. They are known for their highlife songs, performances and their Igbo approach to music.
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|Full Names:||Chukwuebuka Akunwafor Obiligbo and Ifeanyichukwu Okpuozor Obiligbo|
|Stage Name:||Umu Obiligbo|
|GrandFather:||Late Chief Ezigbo Obiligbo|
|Age:||30Yrs & 28Yrs Old|
|Origin:||Nteje, Anambra State, Nigeria|
|Birth Place:||Nkpor, Anambra State|
|State Of Origin:||Anambra State|
|Girlfriends • Wives:||Yes|
|Occupation:||Singer • Songwriter|
Umu Obiligbo are natives of Nteje in Oyi Local Government Area of Anambra State, Nigeria. They were born and brought up in Nkpor, a town close to Onitsha where they attended their primary and secondary school
The two brothers are the sons of Ajana Obiligbo from Nteje in Oyi L.G.A. of Anambra State and their grandfather was Late Chief Ezigbo Obiligbo. They came from a family of musicians, both their father and grandfather were musicians.
Their album Udo Ga Adi is the album that shot them to limelight and since then they have been on top. They have gone ahead to feature Nigerian superstar Flavour and Phyno in their latest songs. Umu Obiligbo still has a lot to accomplish in the future and to clear a fact; they are not twins, Okpuozor is the elder one.
Umu Obiligbo released their first album “Ife Di Mma” on 11 February 2014, and released another EP “Udo Ga Di” on 30 December of same year.
They released another EP titled “Awele” in December 2018 which featured Flavour in the hit track ‘Awele’ with videos shot afterwards.
On April 9 2019, the duo released a hit track titled ‘Culture’ featuring Flavour and Phyno. On 16 November 2020 they released the album “Signature (Ife Chukwu Kwulu).
They were featured on a track in Basketmouth’s Yabasi soundtrack album and also featured on two tracks for Rattlesnake soundtrack with Larry Gaaga.
- Ife Di Mma (2014)
- Udo Ga Di (2014)
- Awele (2018)
- Signature (Ife Chukwu Kwulu) (2020)
|2020||African Muzik Magazine Awards||Best African Group award||Umu Obiligbo||Won|