Celestina Aladekoba is one Nigerian-American artist who always has all kinds of projects up her sleeve. Below is the latest I received. Check on it.
By the way, why do I always think Beverly Osu’s features reminds me of Celestina’s? Don’t they look alike? In any event, what are your thoughts on the direction of her music?
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“. . . Celestina, most noted for dazzling the stage and our TV screens next to artists like, Prince in hot video phenomenon “Black Sweat,” starring in MTV’s hit series, DanceLife produced by Jennifer Lopez, and now featuring in the latest Step Up feature film series, Step Up Revolution and the upcoming Step Up (Las Vegas).
Celestina is now on the scene with a slamming buzz record, “BOOMTION,” produced by Chris Brown’s “Fine China” producer, “PK” (G’harah Degeddingseze). –Available on iTunes and other digital stores
Her exotic flare and afro-caribbean cadences over heavy-hitting electronic sounds gives her a unique edge. Many have even likened her to a cross between Rihanna and M.I.A.
Deemed a triple threat, Celestina’s portfolio career extends the scope of Film/Television, Music, and Choreography & Dance. In Film and Television, Celestina has landed roles as guest VJ for MTV Tr3s, to cameos and co-star roles in feature films like Alvin and the Chipmunks, TV series such as Malibu Country with Reba Macintyre and Travie McCoy, 90210, The Game, and National Campaigns for Ford, iPod, Crystal Light and much more. Her stamp in the Choreography & Dance industry, is also armed with a resume that includes artists such as, Will Smith, Chris Brown, Robin Thicke, Ashley Simpson, Usher, The Black Eyed Peas, Wyclef Jean, and Jason Derulo to name a few.
From boarding school in Nigeria, Africa to grinding in Hollywood, CA., as a recording artist and songwriter, Celestina brings a unique merge of an exotic African flair and pop/electronic sounds. She has collaborated with acclaimed producers and songwriters like The Monsters and The Strangers (GOOD Music, Flo Rida, etc), G’harrah “PK” Degeddingseze (Chris Brown “Fine China”, Two Chains, etc.), Rob. A! (Chris Brown, Rihanna, etc.) Michelle Bell (Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, etc.), L.P. (Rihanna, Leona Lewis, etc.), The Invaders (Dawn Richard, 5th Harmony, etc.) and so on. Celestina has also toured as a featured singer on M.A.C’s GlamourDaze Industry Tour, sung with music sensational bands like, Wild Belle, performed as a musical guest for various charity organizations like “Dress For Success,” and more.
Celestina embodies, “A Real Artiste” as she continues to strive forward as a well-rounded entertainer.
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