Kefee, (nee Obareki) was a prolific songwriter,a skilled dancer,a passionate singer & a UN Young Ambassador for Peace. Born to Deacon and Mrs. Andrew Obareki in Sapele, Delta State. She started singing at an early age (8yrs) in the children choir, ever since, she has been transformed from one glory to another, She moved on to the adult choir when she was fifteen and at age eighteen she was made the choir Director because she could teach the three parts namely Soprano, Alto & Tenor. She studied Public Administration in the prestigious University of Benin, Edo State. By this time she had already written well over 20 songs and had a greater passion for music.
In 2000, she playfully composed and released an album titled “TRIP” with a friend; the album was a success and got them shows alongside artiste likes Tony Tetuila, Plantation boys and a long list of others. The album gained some recognition as the videos where the talk of the town in Benin, being the first female group to break off from the usual approach, the two friends parted after school but Kefee did not give up. In December 2003 she signed on with Alec Music and released her first solo album as a female artiste. Kefee’s first album was a huge success which had her fans eagerly anticipating for her second album titled “BRANAMA 2?.Her sophomore album was just as terrific as her first and also got her the respect of other well known Nigerian Artiste who worked with her for the album.
She was the founder, CEO of BRANAMA AFRIQUE. An entertainment outfit known for excellent production, established in 2007. The company is responsible for the production, promotion and the entire packaging of Kefee’s new album titled “A Piece of Me”. Her first marriage to her heartthrob, Mr Alec Godwin, who said she met her as a virgin only lasted 5years. She later married She married radio host Teddy Esosa Don-Momoh on 3 March 2013 in Sapele, Delta state.
On June 13, 2014, she died of lung failure in a hospital in the US. She had been in a coma for fifteen days.
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