Naira Marley Biography:

Naira Marley Whose Real Name ia Azeez Fashola is a singer, songriter, entertainment, stage performer and a recording artist. Azeez Fashola was born on 9th May, 1994 in Agege, Lagos State, Nigeria. He relocated to Peckham, South London, England when he was 11 years. He received his basic education at Porlock Hall before proceeding to Walworth School for his Secondary Education. Naira Marley graduated with a distinction in business from Peckham Academy. He also studied business law at Crossways College. Naira Marley is married to two women and has four children.

Real Name: Azeez Fashola
Place Of Birth: Agege, Lagos State
Occupation: Musician
Nationality: Nigerian and England
Net Worth: $2.2 million

Naira Marley Music Career

Azeez Fashola was encouraged to pursue a career in music by his close associates. His dream was to become an MC and voice-over . Following his friends advice, he began practicing as a musician and released He released the Max Twigz-assisted track “Marry Juana” before releasing his debut EP Gotta Dance in 2015. he released the Olamide and Lil Kesh-assisted single “Issa Goal”, which became the theme song for the Super Eagles at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Naira Marley net worth is estimated at $ 2.2 million.  Nara Marley is the CEO of the Marlians Records, Record Label which is a home to popular artist like Zinoleesky, Mohbad, C Blvck and Fabian Blu as signed acts. Naira Marley is best Known for his controversial slans “Marlians” He refer to himself a Marlian President. He won Viewers’ Choice for “Soapy” at the 2020 Soundcity MVP Awards. On 10 May 2019, the EFCC arrested Naira Marley and his friends Zlatan, Tiamiu Kayode, Adewunmi Moses and Abubakar Musa. The arrest was made a day after he released the video for the controversial single “Am I A Yahoo Boy”. Five days later, the EFCC released Zlatan and three others but kept Marley in their custody due to overwhelming evidence against him.

Naira Marley Songs

  • “Kosi Werey” ft Olamide (2016)
  • “Issa Goal” (2017)
  • “Japa” (2018)
  • “Am I A Yahoo Boy” (2019)
  • “Bad influence” (2019)
  • “Opotoyi (Marlians)” (2019)
  • “Why” (2019)
  • “Soapy” (2019)
  • “Pxta” (2019)
  • “Back2work” (2019)
  • “Mafo” (2019)
  • “Tesumole” (2019)
  • “Tingasa” (2019)
  • “Aye” (2020)
  • “Dido lobo”(2020)
  • “Mofoti” (2020)
  • “As E Dey Go” (2020)
  • “Idi Oremi (Opotoyi 2)” (2020)
  • “Chi Chi” (2020)
  • “Koleyewon” (2021)

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