Aramide is a Multi-Award Winning Afro-Soul/Jazz artiste and a member of the Board of Governor of The Recording Academy (the Grammys®) Washington D.C. Chapter.
Aramide discovered the talents of singing and writing as a teenager and decided to nurture them.
After secondary school, she learnt to play the saxophone and guitar, two instruments she is quite passionate about.
Aramide sings about love, betrayal, friendship, trust, and the attendant joys and aches of womanhood. Her musical influences include Erykah Badu, Miriam Makeba, Sade, Angelique Kidjo and other greats.
Her approach to song-writing and her soft but deep and powerful voice are some of the things that stand her out.
Her debut album SUITCASE was released in November 2016 and features singles like 'FunMi Lowo' ft. Sound Sultan, Koker, and 'Love Me' which has topped various charts for several weeks and are currently receiving massive airplay on radio stations within and outside Nigeria.
Ever the avid performer, Aramide has performed at the various events in Nigeria, Ghana, United Kingdom, United States, Dubai and Canada.
Aramide winner of the Best Alternative Song for her single "Funmi Lowo" at the 2018 edition of the Headies Award, Best Female Artist in West Africa at the 2016 edition of the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA), Alternative Artist of The Year award at the 2016 edition of the Nigerian Entertainment Award (NEA) and Best Vocal Performance (Female) Category at the 2015 edition of the Headies Award.
Having featured on songs with other artists which include Good Man, an offshoot from a campaign “Violence against women”, Aramide has worked and shared the stage with notable Nigerian and International artists.