From soul-baring lyrics to her hypnotic vocals, Fave’s minute-long twitter videos took the Afrobeats community by storm in the early days of covid lockdown. A star was undeniably born. As a middle child & only daughter of the Chidozies—a small family of 5 who resided in eastern & south-western Nigeria over the last two decades, her musical experience typically began from the church at the tender age of 6. Just before internet fame in 2020, Fave(coined from “Godsfavour”) was just a 19 year old singer-songwriter pursuing a Law degree—belted with only one released single “M.O.M.M.S”. Although her career has seen her dabble around genres including Dancehall, Afropop, Afrobeats, Dance, R&B, Fave largely considers herself a “pop” girl. Her unique poetic approach to writing prioritizes vulnerability accompanied by vivid plots, conveying a whirlwind of emotions, often on groovy beat-drops or high-tempo drum progressions. Fave has been touted by several boards as the future of Afrobeats. In 2022, months after her chart-topping debut hit record “Baby Riddim”, she won the “rookie of the year” at the prestigious Headies award, also scoring multiple “Best new artist” & “Most promising artist” nominations at the Afrima awards & Soundcity Music Video awards respectively.