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  1. She sweats on her palm and feet.
  2. She was introduced to Music as a teenager in the Mosque when she was a Muslim.
  3. She grew up with the ambition to be a Dancer.
  4. She dislikes Beans.
  5. She Speaks French.

WHO IS TOBY GREY?Toby Grey's Profile-shaidysworld

Toby Grey, born Adeyemi Tobiloba Maryam, in Ogun State in 1994, is a Nigerian singer, song writer and performing artiste. Her talent for music was discovered at the age of 16 and a year later in 2011 with heavy influence from Nneka, Asa, Leona Lewis, Ciara, she recorded her first track and has since gone on to record several more with performances at various showcases and events such as the City People Entertainment Awards, Kennis Music Easter Fiesta, 2face VoteNotFightCampaign, Miss Tourism Nigeria and the just concluded NEA in New york to be mentioned few, sharing stages with Top Nigerian Acts. She hails from Osun State, Nigeria; Toby Grey,21, is currently a French Language graduate from the University Of Lagos.
Toby Grey as she is popularly known, released a Cover to Kiss Daniel’s Smash-hit song titled ‘Woju’, her version titled ‘Gboju’ which has been causing controversy between Kiss Daniel’s camp and Toby Grey’s management. Toby Grey who has been riding on a 3G rapid movement so far has dropped three singles back to back titled Gboju, Gbalowo E, and Gbona which are currently making waves on air, performance acceptance has been everywhere as the new diva to the music industry. Her Video entitled Gbalowo E has been receiving massive airplays and rotations as she recently dropped new visuals to another hit song titled Gbona which is currently talk of the town Gbona was produced by Fliptyce and directed by MEX on a location in Lagos, Nigeria. TOBY GREY consistence has gained her awards nominations and also awards to her tireless effort Toby grey which is now an house hold name is generally on most top Prints Media, Magazines, with the news as a young female talented artiste in the industry as she features on almost top shows happening presently and her song Gboju gbona , omolope and the fresh single lalayi is now the street take over single.

AWARDS NOMINATION
BEST PROMISING FEMALE ARTISTE (NIGERIA ACHIEVERS AWARDS 2015) (wins)
FAST RISING FEMALE ACT (SCREAM AWARDS 2015) WINS
BEST PROMISING FEMALE ARTISTE (CITY PEOPLE AWARDS 2015)
MOST FASHIONABLE FAST RISING MUSIC STAR OF THE YEAR 2015 (LAGOS FASHION AWARDS) (Wins)
MISS TOURISM OGUN ( Reognition awards as the promising female artiste of the year)
NEA NEW ARTISTE APPEARS (NEA NEW YORK)

VIDEOS:
GBALOWO E: http://youtu.be/SkYcXRkiRC4
GBOJU: https://youtu.be/XJPnEHNkfss
GBONA: http://youtu.be/ydM6e0_FRxQ

TOBY GREY YOUTUBE CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmICxoZZdVzJUmvgiBDE8Zg
Twitter: @iamtobygrey
Instagram: @iamtobygrey

Back in the days, unwanted pregnancy was something that made people cringe with fear of humiliation. It was a situation that made the affected young ladies want to run away from home or change location as they couldn’t bear the constant taunts and scorn that came with their pregnancy; but in this present time, not much thought is given to that situation anymore. It’s been wildly accepted as a norm in the society now.

And like the saying goes, ‘Variety is the spice of life’, we all have
various tastes for what we want in life and this applies to whom we
would like to have as a partner or whom we just want to get down with.

 
In a recent TV interview, Burna Boy was asked how he likes his girls
‘Calm like Chidinma or Wild like Cynthia Morgan’, and the ‘Like To
Party’ singer said ‘I think I’ll go with Cynthia Morgan’ before
quickly adding ‘I mean, I would have them both’. Of course, first
impressions last longer so we all know he really meant the first
answer.

So now we all know Burna’s taste, it would be wise to stay clear off
his path if you are a Chidinma look-alike and get closer to him if you
are wild and sassy like Cynthia Morgan.

MTN Project Fame’s host and Nollywood actor, Joseph Benjamin in an interview with Genevieve magazine and Tolu Falode, opened up on his two kids (a boy aged 11 and a girl aged 13) his personal life and also balancing fatherhood, bachelorhood and Nollywood.


Here are excerpts from the chat in Genevieve’s Magazine below…

 

On being a father: It’s not a task. It’s an experience, and a beautiful one. Being a father has helped me build the very fabric of who I am as a man. It’s helped me to grow and mature. It’s taught me responsibility and so I would say being a father has been a blessing for me because I have been able to draw strength from that and put it into my work. It has helped me balance my life in a sense.
  
On balancing work with fatherhood: I try
to balance it. It can be difficult at times but I try in the midst of
all that to balance it. I speak to them a lot.
 

On the most interesting part of being a
parent: Being responsible for lives. Knowing that these lives are your
responsibility; whatever comes out of this is on you. That has me in
check and it’s lovely.
 

On how fatherhood has changed him: I have a different view on life. I’ve come to understand what our parents went through and I can relate with them directly. I do understand. And it’s made me more accountable. 

And business-wise, it has helped me because you realize every penny counts as a father and a parent because you know that you have a responsibility to these people. So whatever business decisions you are
making, you understand that. You are also economically conscious of the fact that they are your first priority.


On searching for a partner: I am right now so focused on work and
giving a good life to my children. I am not searching. I am good where
I am.