Wande Coal Bio, Age, Parents, Brother, Come My Way, Net Worth, Songs

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Wande Coal Biography

Wande Coal is a singer and songwriter from Nigeria who began singing in his church’s teen choir. As a dancer, he got his first break in the Nigerian entertainment industry.

Wande Coal Age

He is 37 years old as of 2023. He was born Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe on 18 October 1985 in Lagos Island, Lagos, Nigeria. He celebrates his birthday on 18 October.

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Wande Coal Family

He is the son of Chief Ibukun Olufunto, and Omolara Oluwayemisi Ojosipe. His brother Towa Ojosipe, also known as Tee Josh, is a rising musician. He studied System Engineering at the University of Lagos and graduated in 2013. Since the days of Mo’Hits and Mavin Records, he has been touring with Wande Coal.

Wande Coal Education

Wande attended Staff Nursery and Primary School Ijanikin in Lagos State for his primary education, and for his secondary education, he attended Federal Government College Ijanikin in Lagos State. And then he went to the University of Lagos (Unilag), which is in the state of Lagos, to study human kinetics.

Wande CoalĀ  Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $1.7 million.

Wande Coal Come My Way

Melvitto produced “Again,” a single track that marked the beginning of his 2020 career. In 2021, he just released “Come My Way,” a new single.

Wande Coal Photo
Wande Coal Photo

Wande Coal Career

Wande began singing in his church’s teen choir. As a dancer, he got his start in the Nigerian entertainment industry. In 2006, he was signed to Don Jazzy’s Mo’ Hits Records. On the singles “Loke,” “tonosibe,” and “why me” from D’banj’s Rundown/Funk you up album, he made an appearance. He is signed to Mo’ Hits Records, is a member of the Mo’ Hits allstars, and he was a big part of the CV (Curriculum Vitae) album that was released. One reviewer called “Ololufe,” his first single from the CV album, “one of the greatest love songs ever written by a Nigerian.” Mushin To Mo’Hits, Coal’s debut album, was widely received in Nigeria, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

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Coal has also collaborated on tracks with a number of other Nigerian artists, including Wizkid, Ikechukwu, Phyno, Davido, Naeto C, Dr. SID, and D’Prince. Coal, Dr. SID, and D’Prince signed on to Don Jazzy’s new record label Mavin Records in 2012 following a disagreement between D’banj and the executives of the record label. T

iwa Savage of 323 Entertainment served as the first lady of Mavin Records. On November 7, 2013, Wande Coal left Mavin Records due to intellectual property theft over a song with Don Jazzy-like lyrics. He left Mavin Records for the song “Baby Face,” which he released as a single in November 2013. from. Wande Coal released Wanted, his second album, after a lengthy hiatus. The majority of album reviews rated him slightly above average. In December 2017, Coal released a brand-new single titled Turkey Nla.

Wande Coal Songs

  • 2008 – Bumper2Bumper
  • 2008 – You Bad
  • 2008 – Taboo
  • 2008 – Who Born The Maga
  • 2011 – Go Low
  • 2011 – Been Long You Saw Me
  • 2011 – Private Trips
  • 2012 – See Mi Ri
  • 2011 – Forever
  • 2011 – Pretty Girls
  • 2013 – The Kick
  • 2013 – Rotate
  • 2013 – Baby Face
  • 2014 – My Way
  • 2014 – Baby Hello
  • 2015 – Ashimapeyin
  • 2015 – Same Shit
  • 2017 – Iskaba
  • 2017 – Ballerz
  • 2017 – Oh No No
  • 2017 – Funkeh
  • 2017 – Turkey Nla
  • 2018 – So Mi So
  • 2020 – Again
  • 2021 – Come My Way