“Thank you LONDON for coming out” Singer I-Tribe reacts after a complete shutdown show in London.
Popular Sierra Leonean singer and songwriter Leonard, popularly known as I-Tribe, has taken on his social media to react after a successful show in London.
The popular singer was in London few weeks ago after the release of his latest hit song borbor pain which is currently a hit song in Sierra Leone.
Taking to social media, he said
“Thank you LONDON for coming out in such numbers 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Una nor break me heart😀😀😆
I am grateful for the Love❤️”
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Singer I-Tribe said, “Started in 2013 officially after representing Sierra Leone In project fame west Africa in Nigeria In case you didn’t know”
Leonard, popular known as I-Tribe, was born on the 17th of July. He grew up in the city of Bo and later relocated to Freetown the Capital city of Sierra Leone.
His primary education began at the Services Children School, and his Secondary school education was at the Albert Academy. He later furthered his studies at Fourah Bay College.
I-tribe always felt that music was his calling, as he continuously dreamt of performing on a stage in front of a big crowd.
in 2013, I-Tribe proudly represented Sierra Leone at Project Fame West Africa, which took place in Nigeria. After his return, he joined Lord Mo and was recording and hustling for three years.
His breakthrough single is a very familiar song titled Hakuna Matata featuring one of Sierra Leone’s & Africa’s biggest rappers Kao Denero.
In 2018, I-Tribe signed to the prestigious label, KME (Kabaka Multimedia Entertainment) releasing his first single under the label titled Dai Lae. Then in Early 2019, he released a song with Rozzy, his co-signee. The song is titled Watasai stone and has been making huge waves since then.
Throughout his career, he has collaborated with artists like Kao Denero, Rozzy Sokota, Collabo, Kracktwist & Samza, Kwami Eugene, Driz