Ubins is a songwriter, performer and RnB/Hiphop recording artiste – born Fortune Uba Agomuo into a family with 5 siblings. This singing maestro began studio recording in 2002, honing his craft for his passion. Ubins, who is influenced by late Fela Kuti, Bob Marley,Tupac Shakur, Lucky Dube and America’s R. Kelly, is fast growing into a must watch singer and performer.
The Imo state but Lagos raised singer released a record entitled ‘Farawe’ in 2009 which rose him to prominence in the industry circuit, among peers and colleague. Born in the late 90s and Studied in the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria.
His stage name, Ubins and Harmoney was cut from his first name –Ubasinachi, while Harmoney stands for Hustley and Rake Money (HaRMoney). Which is what the singer intends to emerge as during the course of his career. The steady rising act has graced the stage and wowed crowds alongside superstatus artistes like P Square, 9ice, Omawumi, Late Da grin, Dr Sid and J Martins. He has worked with Sam Klef on “Miss E Ghan” by Cruxifisco and WazBeat on “Come know My Place” By Neke1. Presently working with Ghetto P and considering working with Yung6ix in the nearest future. Moreso, he has worked with Spanky, CrackMix, Black Noggin, Kolo and a host of others.
Ubins is presently working on an allstars Remix to the Legendary “farawe”. The song would be released shortly after “Asiko” and “Ese Ni”. He is also hoping to do a collabo with Highlife King Flavour N’abania to please music lovers in eastern Nigeria.
His official New single is titled ‘Asiko’. ‘Asiko’ is an uptempo record bound to keep party people move and rock a gathering or party of two and more, it is produced by WazBeat.
‘Asiko’ is basically inspired from his belief in Prayer, hardwork, focus and time which he believes are the key to unshakable success. He says, ” Pray, work hard, stay focused ad Asiko for your success will definitely come”.
‘Asiko’ is best described as great voice crooning on a move bound beat, a must listen.
[audio:http://www.jaguda.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/UBINS-ASIKO.mp3|titles=UBINS – ASIKO]