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Yung6ix

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Onome Onokohwomo was born and raised in Warri, Delta State  (July 8, 1989), better known by his stage name Yung6ix, is a Nigerian rapper and hip hop recording artist. He grew up as the oldest child in a family of five, and took a strong interest in music at a young age. While a student at FGC Warri, he engaged himself in rap battles and developed a friendlier relationship with like-minded students, which led to the formation of the hip hop group G-Squad. The group soon began performing at various talent shows in Delta State.Music remained their unmatched and true passion.

After graduating from high school, Onokohwomo relocated to western Nigeria to pursue a career in music and enrolled at Oduduwa University. He derived his stage name Yung6ix from his high school nickname “6ixty”. Shortly after he moved to Lagos, he continued to record music; his song “I’m an African” captured the attention of A&R Gbemi Ereku, who signed him to his 411 Entertainment Company in 2009. On April 2, 2011, 411 Entertainment signed a joint-venture deal with Storm Records. The partnership would help improve Yung6ix’s music career. Yung6ix collaborated with Wizkid on “Follow Me”, a track from his debut studio album.

In 2013, Yung6ix floated his imprint “Kash Kamp” which houses Percy as well as talented producer Otee Beatz. On September 4, 2013. 6ix’s debut full-length studio album, 6ix O Clock, was eventually released on February 6, 2014. The 16-track album features guest appearances from Phyno, Percy, Da L.E.S, M.I, Ice Prince, Yemi Alade, YQ, and Wizkid, among others.

List Of Songs Released

Turn Up

Just Know

Addicted

Sexy Anthem

Again

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First Class

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