Terry Apala – “We No Want Sars”
Terry Alexandar Ejeh (born 31 October, 1988) better known by his stage name Terry Apala, is a Nigerian afrobeat and Akpala (traditional Yoruba music) hip-pop musician.
Terry Apala was born in Lagos, Nigeria, to Jeff Ejeh, a banker and it was here that he first began his journey into entertainment at the age of 12. He was part of a dance group called “Mezo Soprano” which went on to perform at the launch of “Kanu Heart Foundation” in 2000. Terry left the group and decided to embark on a solo career. He released his debut mix trap “Champagne Shower” which launched him into the mainstream.
On 14 April, 2017 he released a cover of Ed Sheeran’s single “Shape of You”. The cover won him “Best Music Cover of the Year (International)” at the City People Music Award 2017. That same year, he was nominated for “Apala Artiste of the Year”. ` Terry was nominated Rookie of the Year at the 2016 The Headies Awards, and “Most Promising Act to Watch” at the 2016 Nigeria Entertainment Awards.
He was featured on Reminisce’s 2016 song ” Skit”
Talented rapper and Afro-house/Apala singer, Terry Apala leads his voice on End Sars and Police Brutality with the release of this song “We No Want Sars“, Produced by J’snare.
“We No Want Sars” is a song of motivation! Terry Apala shares that The Nigerian youths are tired of police brutality, they want Sars dissolved completely and needs proper Reform in the Police sector.
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