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The key to success for Yemi Alade: Confidence and sense of gratitude

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The key to success for Yemi Alade: Confidence and sense of gratitude

Gratitude is the key to success and all the benefits, according to Afropop singer Yemi Alade. Gratitude, and also being the first to invest in yourself.

First African to reach the bar of 1 million subscribers on YouTube, the Nigerian has posted an inspiring message on her Instagram account.

“THIS IS HOW I FEEL : 1 MILLION SUBSCRIBERS IN 6 YEARS »

Alot of people ask me what the secrets to success is and I have had several answers to that question but I recently realised that the most correct answer is Gratitude.

Invest every single day of your life for a minimum of 3 years with every atom of gratitude AS your foundation and success can very easily become your “BEST FRIEND”

Yemi Alade continues, speaking about being an African who assumes her africanity:

“And as a Living and practicing musical Artist ; I give gratitude to myself for believing in every odd irregular idea I ever had even when it seemed weird or popularly uncool…eg wearing my infamous big hairstyles and saying things like ” ayakata ” or Living the undiluted life of MamaAfrica and just generally being my True self unapologetically,I say thank you to everyone that let me be me.

For Wealth and Business, for Yemi, believing in yourself is the foundation

“As a business woman. I want to thank Mr taiye Aliyu CEO effyzzie music group @taiyealiyu for teaching me the Number One rule of Entrepreneurship ; ” Invest in yourself so others can Invest in you”.

In the album "The Lion King: The Gift" (Beyonce), Yemi Alade is featured on the track "Don't Jealous me" with the artist Tekno and Mr Eazi
In the album “The Lion King: The Gift” (Beyonce), Yemi Alade is featured on the track “Don’t Jealous me” with the artist Tekno and Mr Eazi

From her real name Yemi Eberechi Alade, the singer is a mixed race Igbo (by her mother) and Yoruba (by her father). Aged 30, she works today with the greatest. The latest one : her featuring in the last Beyonce’s album (The Lion King : The Gift) with the song “Don’t Jealous me” where we also find her Nigerian fellows Tekno and Mr Eazi. ©Dzaleu.com

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