“To Shut Naysayers Up”: Shey You Dey Whine Me Ni Crooner Austine De Bull Reveals Why He Dropped Viral Single

“To Shut Naysayers Up”: Shey You Dey Whine Me Ni Crooner Austine De Bull Reveals Why He Dropped Viral Single

  • Shey You Dey Whine Me Ni is a popular street slang meaning 'are you kidding me', and it recently went viral in song form
  • The musician who made the viral social media bop, Austine Emmanuel aka Austine De Bull, revealed why he decided to drop it against all odds
  • Austine also disclosed how long he had been in the entertainment industry before luck shone on him and his gospel single

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After over a decade of being in the music industry, Austine Emmanuel aka Austine De Bull, got his big break in October 2022.

The singer went viral for his hit single Shey You Dey Whine Me ni, and that was all it took for him to shame his enemies.

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Singer Austine De Bull
Austine De Bull says he has been in the industry since 2010 Photo credit: @austinedebull
Source: Instagram

According to the singer in a report by Premium Times, he sang the song to shut up his naysayers who doubted his ability to make music.

Austine is more than glad that the song is currently ringing in the ears of his naysayers.

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It was after the song went viral that Nigerians realised it was a gospel tune.

On the huge success of his song, De Bull said:

“I’ve been making music since 2010, but I came into the music industry as a drummer. This is the first time I’m making music as a singer. I was surprised because I never expected it to go this big.”

The singer derived the song’s title from the slang used by Nigerians to ask if they are being lied to or flattered in Pidgin (“Are you kidding me?” or “Are you for real?”).

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The Port Harcourt-based singer also confirmed that he believes the song is rocking the airwaves because of the slang.

Huge crowd sings Kizz Daniel's Odo word for word in Australia

Popular Nigerian singer Kizz Daniel made his Nigerian fans proud of his show's success in Australia.

The singer dropped his latest single Odo, and just like the previous one, Buga, it appealed to the international audience.

In a video sighted online, the huge crowd sang Odo word for word as Kizz Daniel also sang and danced on stage.

The energetic fans who had their phone lights on jumped excitedly in the clip.

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In a video shared on his page, a huge crowd of expectant fans were seen standing under the rain with their umbrellas.

The fans went wild as Burna Boy climbed the stage in an all-black protective ensemble.

Source: Legit.ng

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