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Sina Rambo Biography: Education, Career, Wife, Songs, and Net Worth

Sina Adeleke, who is popularly known by the stage name Sina Rambo (Shina Rambo), is a Nigerian musician and rapper. He is the brother of the popular music sensation, B-Red, and also a cousin of Afropop icon, Davido. He is the son of Osun State governor-elect, Ademola Adeleke.

Early Life and Education

Sina was born on July 23 in Atlanta, USA. He originally hails from Ede, in Osun State. He is the son of a Nigerian senator and governor-elect of Osun State, Ademola Adeleke, and Christiana Adeleke, a USA-based entrepreneur. He had his primary and secondary education in the US before relocating to Nigeria. He is a graduate of Psychology from Lead City University, Ibadan.

Career

He joined the music group Kb International while he was living in the US, which also included his brother and cousin. In 2012, he relocated to Nigeria and agreed to a deal with his cousin Davido’s record label, HKN MusicDavido and Adewale Adeleke, his elder brother, head the music label.

During the course of his music career, he has collaborated with musicians like Cash WaleZlatanOlamide, and Campbell, among others.

Personal Life

Shina Rambo is married with a kid, which he had in the early parts of 2022. Sina Adeleke shared a picture of himself with the child on his Instagram page. Sina Rambo also revealed the name of his newborn baby as Adelola Yohanna Merlyn Esther Adeleke.

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Discography

Selected Singles

  • Ijo Sina, featuring Davido,
  • Wa Ba Mi Lo featuring Davido
  • Earthquake featuring Davido
  • Ijile
  • Hustlin featuring Ice Prince
  • Dari Jimi
  • Kosomona
  • Mr Icey
  • Sisi Eko
  • PBM
  • Lamborgini
  • God Pass Them
  • Ijile
  • Dari Jimi
  • Kolor Kolor
  • Baba Sina Rambo
  • Hustlin
  • New Skul Tinz

Net Worth

He has a net worth of $4 million.

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