Timaya, whose real name is Inetimi Alfred Odon, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and music producer. Born on August 15, 1980, Timaya is known for his Afrobeat, Dancehall, and Afropop music.
Timaya began his music career in the early 2000s with the release of singles such as “Dem Mama” and “Plantain Boy”, which helped establish his name in the Nigerian music industry. He has released several successful albums and has been nominated for and won numerous prestigious music awards, including the “Artiste of the Year” at the Headies Awards.
Timaya’s music career is highlighted by hits such as “Sanko”, “Bum Bum”, “Ukwu”, “Balance”, and “I Can’t Kill Myself”. He has collaborated with many other popular artists in the Nigerian and international music scene, contributing to the creation of successful songs and albums.
Timaya is known for his energetic stage performances and creative approach to music. He has gained recognition and a loyal fan base both within and outside of Nigeria.