Seifu on EBS - Dishta Gina Remix did as guaranteed by global vocalist Ekon. On account of Rosie. Artist, lyricist and maker Akon was conceived Aliaume Damala Badara Akon Thiam in St. Louis, Missouri, on April 16, 1973, to African guardians. His family got back to Dakar, Senegal, in West Africa, when Akon was youthful and lived there until he was 7 years of age when they moved back to the United States.
Akon's mom, Kine Thiam, is an artist; his dad, Mor Thiam, is a notable jazz percussionist. Because of their impact, Akon heard and adored music from the beginning. In the wake of experiencing childhood in Jersey City, New Jersey, Akon started singing and proceeding as a youngster.
He went to Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia, for a semester prior to exiting. All things considered, he directed his concentration toward the music business, making home accounts and becoming companions with Wyclef Jean of the Fugees. In 2003, he accepted his own record bargain. Akon's introduction collection, Trouble, was delivered in 2004. The collection matched Akon's melodic, R&B-style vocals with hip-jump beats and created a few hit singles, including "Secured" and "Forlorn."
His subsequent collection, 2006's Konvicted, was a significantly greater achievement. A few singles from the collection became hits that beaten the Billboard graphs. Two of the singles included visitor appearances by renowned hip-jump craftsmen; Eminem was highlighted on the single "Smack That" and Snoop Dogg was included on the single "I Wanna Love You." His third collection, Freedom (2008), was fair to a lesser degree a sensation.