Real Name: Nosa Omoregie
Born: 26 February 1981 (age 37)
Place of Birth: Edo State, Nigeria
State of Origin: Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria
Genres: CCM, Contemporary worship music, Gospel
Occupation(s): Singer-songwriter, performer, worship leader, musician, producer
Instruments: Vocals, piano
Years active: (2009–present)
Label: Chocolate City
Ealry Life and Career Success
Nosa Omoregie, popularly known as Nosa was born on 26 February 1981 (age 37) In Edo State, Nigeria. Nosa started singing in the children’s choir in church and is majorly influenced by gospel singers like Fred Hammond and Kim Burrell and the noted R n B group Boyz II men. He later developed passion for jazz and soul music and then rock, for the simplicity of it. He is majorly influenced by Afro-Highlife.
Nosa’s music goal is to create a bridge between music genres while making sure the gospel genre of it is on a fore-front platform just as the other genres i.e a unique merger of sorts: creatively superimposing a soul tune on a high-life beat, a high-life verse with a rock-y chorus or singing Pidgin, English with an R n B flavor while proclaiming an inspirational and uplifting message to his listeners. He studied Engineering in University of Benin.
He is a Nigerian recording artist, singer, songwriter and performer. Nosa was signed too Chocolate City in 2012. His debut album, Open Doors, was released on 14 March 2014 and supported by the singles Always Pray for You. Why You Love Me and Always on My Mind.
As lead artiste:
- 2009 / 2013 Always Pray for You"
- 2013 Why You Love Me
- 2014 Always on My Mind
- 2017 Most High featuring Nathaniel bassey
2014 Always on My Mind (Remix)(Nosa featuring MI)
As featured artist
- 2011 Standing (Zee featuring Nosa)
- 2013 New Day (Masterkraft featuring Frank Edwards, Nosa)
- 2014 Fly Like The Eagles (Ice Prince featuring Dammy Krane, Sasha P, Seyi Shay)
He won Song of the Year with his song, Always Pray For You at Mega Awards. In 2014, Nosa won YadaMag Readers Choice Awards Artiste of the Year. In 2014, he won the Gospel Touch Music awards, African Artiste of the year.