Yemi Alade Fashion Sense, A Promotion of African Culture

Yemi Alade Fashion Sense, a promotion of African culture as she dresses mostly to depict the African dress sense.

Brief Biography of Yemi Alade

Yemi Eberechi Alade was born on 13th March, 1989. She’s a Nigerian Afropop singer, songwriter, actress and activist. She’s from Ondo state, Nigeria.

The multi-award winning artist signed to Effzzie music group after winning the peak talent show in 2009 and had a hit with her single “Johnny” in 2014. She has gained prominence in the music industry since then and considered one of the biggest artist in Africa.

Yemi has 2 million YouTube subscribers and total views of 600 million.

In 2016, she had a song which debuted on billboard as No 4 on “Next Big Sound” chart.

Yemi as a successful artist has embarked on world tours severally.

How Yemi Alade Fashion Sense Promotes African Culture

It is common for African celebrities to wear clothes from popular brands like Gucci, Fendi, abandoning the African way of dressing. However, Yemi Alade is one of the celebrities that chose to represent the African culture to the core hence, her dress sense.

Yemi is one of the biggest artist in Africa who has fans across the world and has also embarked on tours around the world on several occasions.

Unlike so many other artist, Yemi mostly appear in African attires: in her videos and even during her tours. These goes a long way in bringing telling the world about the existence of African way of dressing thereby promoting African fashion.

Since the way a particular particular people dress is also seen as part of their culture, it is then reasonable to say that Yemi’s fashion sense goes a long way in promoting African culture.

 

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