Meet rising Tiko-based Afropop artiste Narah Black.

Narah Abdulla Nanje best known by his stage name “Narah Black” is an Oroko Talent USA Award Winning Afropop artiste who hails from Bafaka Balue in Ndian Division, Southwest Region of Cameroon.

Born to Mr. Abraham Narah and Mrs Ruth Nanje, Narah Black – Milkish king grew up in Tiko where he did most of his schooling. He however dropped out of school after his mum passed away, but did not relent on his music career.

According to Narah, music should not only be about the tunes but should carry a message. “Music is entertainment. Even if it is informative, it has to be pleasant to the ears. But most importantly, music has to educate, inspire, empower its listeners. In one of my songs, ‘African Mamma’, I focused on passing a message to youths; for them to love their mums and treat them well.” – Narah Black stated.

Being one of the major setbacks the entertainment industry faces in Cameroon, Narah explains that “My people in Tiko have always been supportive morally, they’ve shown me love and prayed for me. But never took a step of action which could take me to the next level; there was little or no financial support, which has been a major setback”.

Since the beginning of his career professionally as a musician the oroko born star has many songs to his name like “Petrina” (, “My Life” ( featuring Sparx The Virus, “Tramadol” ( featuring Rich Khasino which has been aired on TV and most recently “Tomorrow” ( Narah Black has also been interviewed by many TV and radio stations.

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