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Female Artist of the Week: Guchi

Guchi is a Nigerian singer and songwriter who has taken the African music industry by storm with her soulful voice and heartfelt lyrics. Born Ugochi Onuoha, in Kaduna, Nigeria, she grew up in a musically-inclined family. Guchi's love for music started at a young age, and she began singing in her church choir and participating in various singing competitions. However, it was not until 2019 that she officially entered the music scene with her debut single, "No Be Jazz".

Since then, Guchi has gone on to release a string of hit songs, including "Addicted", "Peri Peri", and "Jennifer", which have garnered millions of streams on various platforms. Guchi's unique blend of Afrobeat and pop music has earned her a reputation as one of the most promising young artists in Africa. Her music has a distinctive sound that combines catchy melodies with powerful lyrics that touch on love, heartbreak, and personal growth.

Guchi Mdundo Facts

Joined Mdundo in 2021

Number Of Downloads: Over 4 Million

Mdundo Rank: 49

Monthly Listeners: 26,381

Top Songs:

  • I Swear ft Yemi Alade

  • Jennifer

  • Jennifer (Remix) ft. Rayvanny

  • Benzema

  • Speedometer

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In recognition of her outstanding talent, Guchi is named one of this week's Mdundo Female Artist of the Week, a well-deserved honor that highlights her contribution to African music. This accolade is just one of many key career milestones for Guchi, who has also been featured on several high-profile music platforms and has performed at major events across Africa.

As an African woman in music, Guchi is a shining example of what can be achieved with hard work, dedication, and talent. Her music speaks to the experiences of young people in Africa and beyond, addressing themes such as love, heartbreak, and self-discovery.

As she continues to make waves in the music industry, Guchi is an inspiration to many aspiring female artists, demonstrating that with persistence and a passion for one's craft, anything is possible. Her career trajectory serves as a reminder of the important role that women play in shaping the African music landscape and the need for greater representation and recognition of female artists across the continent.


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