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Cynthia Ikponmwenosa Morgan better known as
Cynthia Morgan, is a Nigerian rapper, R&B singer and song writer born September 23, 1991.
Her real names are Cynthia Ikponmwenosa Morgan while her stage name that the singer is known with is Cynthia Morgan. Her joint is a blend combination of pop, hip hop, dancehall and rap. She became famous following the release of her hottest singles of all time, “Don’t Break My Heart” and “Lead Me On” “I am Taken” And other notable tracks that brought her to limelight. Cynthia Morgan is a proud benin born musicians who has penetrated into the Nigeria Music Industry with help of her undiluted songs that keeps us dancing all day long. The gifted singer was born and bred in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria the same soil she finished her primary and secondary education before she started her singing career. Cynthia Ikponmwenosa Morgan as she fully called,grew up being around musicians. She started singing from church choir and at the same time she was the backup singer for her mum’s musical band at the age of 3; she also the leader of her school choir in secondary school. In a recent chat, the song-tress revealed that her upbringing was a rough and tough one because her mother was rejected by her
father when her pregnant mother was 20 years old. Her mother being a musicians inspired her music career, she grew up with the dream to become a professional musician that would go a long way to affect the lives of many. She started singing officially in the children’s choir, after which she moved to the youth choir and later joined the Christian Union choir. She was single-handedly raised by her mother who is now a top music gospel artist in Benin City, Nigeria. She kept on believing in her dreams, the little diva of those days has became a singer, song writer and composer that is now rated among the highly respected Nigerian musicians.
Despite the fact that things was really rough for her family but her mother didn’t give up, she was very loving and caring to her children. She was the eldest of all the children and had to play the role of big sist . Her mother on the other hand was playing the role of a mother and a father at the same time since her husband abandoned them. At the age of 16years, Cynthia Morgan thought it wise to take music seriously and professionally. She started composing at the age of seven. She released her debut single immediately after completing High School at the age of 16years . Her first single featured General Pype and it was titled “Dutty Stepping” . As God would have it, the song gave her so much recognition and hype , she was becoming known around Nigeria environs.
Fast forward to year 2010, she moved to Lagos where she was featured on the NEA award winning track with Jhybo titled Ejo le Fe Ro Run Dia mouth. This song gave her instant recognition and fame nationwide, from there she started getting airplay and reviews on local radio stations in Benin. Majority of her followers noticed her talent through that song including me the composer of this biography. The same year, she moved to Lagos for a better change to get to the top of her game. In 2012, she stepped up her game and released her much anticipated singles in Nigeria on 9 July 2012 titled “High High High” and “Ojoro”. After releasing these songs, she became the subject under discussion on social network site Twitter and news about her went round the world for about 10hours before it died down. On 22 August 2013, Nigerian pop singers P-Square met her in Atlanta as they have been hearing her songs. They introduced her to their elder brother Jude Okoye, the owner of “Northside Entertainment Inc who then signed her a multi-million recording contract.
After being signed under “Northside Entertainment Inc, she released two chart-topping singles “Don’t Break My Heart” and “Lead Me On” which was earnestly accepted by fans all over Nigeria and beyond. Her hard work earned her a nomination for “Best Reggae/Dancehall Single” at The Headies 2014. In a recent chat with Nigerian Recruitment, she was asked the source of her inspiration this was what she said;
I get my inspirations from reading good books watching movies and music. She is rumored to ba dating Burn Boy but hasn’t been officially confirmed. On The Beef with Davido “Davido called me a cow, and I called him names too” Singer reveals Last year, she had a misunderstanding with Nigerian pop star, Davido . In a recent interview with Punch News when asked about her tussel with Davido, she opened up on the real reason behind the drawn beef between them was because Davido called her names first. Read her reply below:
“I do not want to talk about my spat with Davido or shed more light on it because I do not really know what to say. People who actually care tried to find out what really transpired between us. Davido called me names on Snapchat and I retaliated. When you say something to me, I give it back to you if I do not like it. Unfortunately, people did not hear my own side of the story before they reached their conclusions. I do not really have any problem or beef with Davido. He called me names and I called him names too. He started the whole episode by calling me a Malu, which means cow. I do not tolerate things like that from anybody” What inspired your song ‘Don’t break my heart’?
Writing a song can sometimes be personal, just as it can be about the environment .The angle I wrote the song from is that of an African woman in love, but giving a warning, saying you are everything to me, but don’t break my heart. It’s a song that people do love because it connects with everybody. If you are in a relationship, the first thing that comes to your head is that I don’t want this person to mess up. I don’t want to put my heart into it. I don’t want to do this, I don’t want to do that. It’s a common thing . But the depth in the song brought the whole message out. It’s about an African woman who is happily in love and who doesn’t want to be heart-broken.
So have you never been heartbroken? Yes I have, the song is also inspired by my tale of heartbreak and other people’s tale of heartbreaks as well.I have experienced it and others have experienced it too, so it was just amazing creating a song around it.
Selected Singles Done By Cynthia Morgan “Dutty Stepping” (2009) “Right Move” (2011) “High High High” & “Ojoro” (2012) “Don’t Break My Heart” & “Lead Me On” (2014) “I’m Taken” (2014) Popori” (2014) “German Juice” (2015) “Come and Do” (2015) “Simati Niya” (2015) “Baby Mama (2015) “Olowo” (2016) “Bubble bup” (2016)
Cynthia Morgan Has Been Featured on These Songs “Ejo le fe ro” – Jhybo ft. Cynthia Morgan (2010) “Bruce Lee” – TK Tycoon ft. Cynthia Morgan & Tipsy (2011) “Gbogbo Hustling” – Tha Suspect ft. Zee, Bigmaxx, Cynthia Morgan & Tesh Carter (2012) “Faaji” – Tony Ross ft. Cynthia Morgan & A-Q (2013) “Money” – KKTBM ft. Yung6ix, Cynthia Morgan, Tesh Carter & SD (2014) Give Dem” – DJ Prince ft. Dammy Krane, Mac 2 & Cynthia Morgan (2014) “Shoki [Female Version]” – Lil Kesh ft. Chidinma, Eva & Cynthia Morgan (2014) “Jamo” – Illbliss ft. Cynthia Morgan (2014) Number 1″ – Chopstix ft. Cynthia Morgan, Shaydee & Yung L (2015) Go GAGA remix – MC Galaxy ft. Stone Bwoy, Cynthia Morgan (2015)
Come over – splash ft cynthia morgan (2016)
Award And Nominations Cynthia was nominated for Best Female Artist of The Year in 2014 Nigeria Entertainment Awards She also nominated for Best Rap Act of The Year at the 2014 Nigeria Entertainment Awards She won Best New Artist at the South South Music Awards She was nominated for Best Reggae/Dancehall Single at the The Headies 2014 Cynthia Morgan was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Ben TV Awards Cynthia Morgan was nominated for Best Hip-Hop Female Artist and Best Reggae/Dancehall Artist at Ben TV Awards Cynthia Morgan was nominated for Music Artist of The Year at the ELOY Awards She won Best Female Artist at the ELOY Awards 2014 She was nominated for Female Artist of The Year at the 2015 Nigeria Entertainment Awards and also won Best Reggae/Dancehall at the South South Music Awards 2015
Cynthia Morgan won Best Reggae Single at the The Headies 2015 in year 2016 and she was also nominated for Next Rated at the The Headies 2015.
Cynthia Morgan date of birth is 23rd September 1991 therefore, she is currently 25years. Her net worth is estimated at $1.5 Million.

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