Eva Alordiah, Nigerian Musician


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Eva Alordiah, popularly known Eva, is a Nigerian musician rapper, singer, dancer, model, makeup artist, writer and songwriter. She hails from Delta State and was born to Nigerian Parents. She moved to Lagos as a child and graduated from Bowen University with a degree in Computer science in 2009.

In 2009 She released her first ever studio recording and titled it ‘I dey Play’. The song which was done over the popular ‘a millie’ instrumental by Lil Wayne went on to become a fan favorite and received aiplay on radios, gaining for Eva a maximum level of recognition. With the success of that single she went on to record more songs, collaborating with well known successful artists in the business and acquiring a good level of success to her brand.

Musical Influences

Eva has cited her musical influences as Eminem, Jay Z, Talib Kweli, and  Rakim.

In her own words she said “Music really helps me express myself in ways I couldn’t ever imagine possible. As soon as I step onto the stage to perform, I get lost in a completely new world that is magical and selfless.” A fan and avid listener of such impeccable lyrists as Eminem, Talib Kweli, Rakim, JayZ, Eva’s dynamic delivery and lyrical abilities shine through effortlessly. She has clearly mastered the art of Rap music and shows no signs of intimidation whatsoever.

Music Career

EVA began a career in music borne out of a deepened love for the HipHop/Rap genre, one that would later go on to propel her into a fast paced ride in Entertainment. According to her “I wanted to record a song so desperately at the time. I had just graduated from Secondary school and it seemed perhaps that I had a lot of time on my hands before University. Everything I have achieved today as a Rapper/Entertainer has exceeded expectations, and it’s all been a surprise, it’s much bigger than what I prepared for -that is if I prepared at all. All I wanted to do was Rap”

With the successful release of her first recording, a mixtape single she collaborated on with Producer Tha Suspect early in 2009, Eva found for herself, a much needed will to stay on doing music. Fans and Critics alike praised the song, which was recorded over Lil Wayne’s instrumental for the then top single “A Millie”. With a new found inspiration to excel, the fierce female rapper went on to create her own image and music, one that has become the subject of attention and discussion across varying groups of fans and industry stakeholders. The budding Rapper however had to finish University as she was then in her Finals, studying for a degree in Computer Science. She took this time off the spotlight to hone her lyrical abilities and music writing skills.

In 2010, Eva continued to put out free music like most rappers did for her fans to enjoy, building for herself a larger fan base as she did so. ‘ThisDay’ newspapers went on to hail her as the Future of Music. In 2011, Eva announced the release of her first body of work “the GIGO EP”

Her official debut on TV, the video for her song “HIGH”, a slow paced rap song from the GIGO EP was released in 2012. Directed by Award winning director, Mex, ‘High’ met with great reviews, enjoying constant airplay on the big screens. It was premiered exclusively on MTV Base in May 2012.

Eva has won so many music awards.  See list below.

Awards and Nominations

– Eva was featured in the BET Hiphop Awards Cypher 2011

– WINNER “Female Rap Artiste of the Year” ELOY AWARDS 2011

– WINNER “Female Rap Artiste of the Year” ELOY AWARDS 2011


– Nominee “Next Rated” HEADIES AWARDS 2012

– WINNER “Best Rap single, Female” YEM AWARDS 2012


– WINNER “Most Promising Act to Watch” NIGERIA ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS 2012

– Nominee “Artiste of the Year” DYNAMIX AWARDS 2012




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