Written by: Nekisha Neicy Cyrus
Meet 23-year-old Trinidadian Singer, Songwriter & Performer Oduduwa Ifayomi Aluko, who goes by the stage name ‘Ifa’. As a young creative and budding entrepreneur Ifa’s talents and passions range from music to theatre arts. Ifa also possesses a Bachelors’s degree in Theatre Arts and Festival Management from the University of the West Indies. He was also a finalist at the 2017 National School’s Soca Monarch. Since the release of his first soca song in 2018, ‘Bam Bam Digger’, which received great feedback from fans and popular figures in the soca industry, he has been consistently releasing new music.
Ifa recently joined us for Season 3 of ‘The E-Hub’, Caribbean Entertainment Hub’s Weekly Instagram Live series where he talked about his passion for music and how he got started, his love for theatre and his many new projects on the way, and his new releases for 2022, thus far. Check out the full interview below!
Well known for always staying on top of the trends musically, Ifa has been releasing new music consistently throughout the years. Some of his releases include ‘Brown Skin Gyal’, ‘Shake That Thing’, ‘Jab Rage’, ‘Gyal Yuh Sweet’, ‘Gallery Fete’, ‘Party Round De Bend’ and many more; including his 2022 includes the catchy singles ‘Tik Tok’ and ‘We Liming’. Check out some of our faves below and Enjoy!
To stay updated with everything Ifa, be sure to follow him on Instagram, and also you can check out his new releases on YouTube.
Don’t forget to join us Each & Every Friday at 5.30 pm EST/ and 6.30 pm AST on Instagram for more LIVE interviews on ‘The E-Hub’, hosted by Caribbean Entertainment Hub’s very own Neicy, as she ‘Chat and Chill’ with some of your favorites on the Caribbean Entertainment scene.
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