From the vast plains of Northern Nigeria to the pinnacle of international music charts, Bloody Civilian (real name Emoseh Khamofu) is a genre-defying diva whose passion for storytelling is mirrored in her raw, uncensored, and creative lyricism.
The indomitable artist began her foray into the production scene when she was 12 years old, recording her compositions on the Audacity platform before honing her abilities to become the producer she is today.
The songbird received composition, producing, and vocal credits for her collaboration with Rema on the song “Wake Up,” which is included on the soundtrack for the critically acclaimed film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Her new hit, “How To Kill A Man,” furthers her reputation as a free-spirited and anti-institutional musician.
Among the up-and-coming trailblazers in Nigeria’s music industry, the chanteuse is one of the most daring. Being a storyteller first and foremost, Bloody Civilian’s work is fueled by a desire to support and promote African art. Bloody Civilian strives for her career to be defined by her unwavering commitment to preserving and promoting her African roots and culture wherever she goes.
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