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By Taiwo Okanlawon
Legendary singer, Innocent Idibia also known as 2Baba, has revealed how he made music history with his 2010 album, The Unstoppable: International Edition by selling the CDs for N1000 which had never been done in the Nigerian music industry.
The 44-year-old, who was formerly known by the stage name, 2Face Idibia, stated this on Saturday when he shared a post to mark the 10th anniversary of the album on Instagram.
“The Unstoppable International Edition is 10 years. Before then everyone was skeptical about selling a music CD for 1000 Naira, but we were confident of the music, took the gamble and history was made…,” he wrote.
The Unstoppable: International Edition was his fourth studio album, and won the award for Best Rnb/Pop Album at the 2011 edition of the Headies.
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