BBC Music Introducing has played a significant role in favouring artists—Nonye Toria’s “Bad Girl” track and Gbon Gbon aired on radio Berkshire. The two songs were from Nonye’s album “Felicitas” Saculi. The Introducing covers Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire, the BBC Three Counties Radio.

Hearing the “Bad Girl track” on BBC Radio Introducing was exciting. BBC supports upcoming artists and found Nonye Toria’s song interesting. Bad Girl song attributed to Rihanna as a reminder of the legendary style.

BBC Radio Introducing helps artists get discovered, and artists go on to excel in their careers. Some of the artists get signed by both independent Record Labels and Major. Some get invited to tours and performances. Indeed, BBC is doing excellent work for global artists, charging nothing for this service.

Nonye Toria is a songwriter and singer aspiring to lead Afrobeats in the new era of Afropop and pop-rock. Afrobeats’ Music is globally recognised today. Thanks to the late Fela Kuti, a legend of Afrobeat, his son Femi Kuti who followed in his father’s footsteps, is also a great musician. There are many Afropop and Afrobeats musicians in Nigeria today—Yemi Alade, Davido, Flavour, Wixkids, Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, Olamide Adedeji and many more. Nonye Toria will find her place in the music world of International Afrobeat, pop and pop-rock.

Nigerian artists have broken through the International music world. There are also Afro juju musicians such as Sir Shina Peters, Sunny Ade, Ebenezer Obey, Segun Odewale, the late Sonny Okosun, Prince Adekunle, Wasiu Alabi and the famous Panna Percy Paul, a gospel singer and many others. These are Nigerian legends in Music, to mention a few.

We are glad that Nonye Toria is stepping into these categories of great musicians and entertaining the world at her greatest strength. Nonye will get all the support that is needed to see her succeed.

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