With the speed of light, and in the fashion of a ready-made talented entertainer,  Canada-based artiste Pauli B is becoming an act to desire both home and abroad.
She is known in real life as Paulina Olamiposi Nana Akua Bello, a name apparently christened into a showbiz identity that is now becoming familiar with many music lovers.
Paulina was born to a Ghanaian  mother and a Nigerian father, who she describes as having become a solid source of inspiration to her personal life and a support system for her aspiration. Currently a student of the University of Toronto in Canada, the 21 year old has had to combine school with a promising, yet tedious hustles of her music career.

Growing up, Pauli B started off with singing in her school and church. The passion for the craft meets up with a burgeoning talent that has kept her up till date. It is the consequence of her frenzy uprising as an Afropop musician today. The period after 2015 saw a more brighter spotlight on her craft after her first single “Be My Lover”
Standing in the genre for 5 years and counting, Pauli B has churned out some of the best records: “Sugar Rush”, “Lady Dondada” (a joint with dancehall diva, Ebony) among others; and has impressively received  huge patronage both on traditional and digital media. She currently is working on various music projects that will be adding to her repertoire some of the best music made on the continent.

With an assured electrifying performance on stage, it has always been an exciting moment to witness the artiste. Major stages including “Olamide in Toronto”, “I Go Dye” comedy show in Toronto, “Club Party”, 2016 Tigo Music (sharing stage with Shatta Wale), as well as the Africa Music Award in Toronto, 2016 have experienced her thrill.
Pauli B, is “Fresh Artiste Of the Year” nominee in the 2017 Nigeria Campus awards.
The artiste is handled under the management of Bmax Entertainment
Instagram & Twitter: @paulibofficial
Facebook: @paulinabellogh
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