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Latoya Aduke, mother of three sons, through Nigerian Legend Ambrose Campbell, was exposed to a lot of African music especially Nigerian music. She actually met Orlando Julius through Ambrose Campbell in 1978, and in 1991 after completing an audio engineering course, went on to dance and sing with Orlando Julius and the Nigerian Allstars Band. Latoya also has worked with friend and colleague Lelia Steinberg in Northern California, who also danced with and toured with The Nigerian Allstars, Latoya was assistant director for Kaliedoscope Multi Cultural Dance Company. They toured schools and performed assemblies to promote multicultural arts in the schools. Latoya along side Lelia Steinberg and Orlando, worked with "Young Imaginations" and took African dance, Hip-Hop Blues, Gospel music and more to thousands of students in Northern California.
Latoya recorded her first song "Bamijo" in 1997 which was produced by Orlando Julius and released on "The Legend Continues" CD, on Afro-Beat Records label, Latoya also had the honor of co-producing the CD with Orlando Julius. Latoya also co-produced and learnt her way around the editing studio while working on Afro-Beat Videos which aired in the East Bay of California and also Nashville Tn.
Since coming to Nigeria Latoya Aduke has worked as a presenter with Rhythm 93.7, her natural flow endeared her to the hearts of many and also her presentation of Nigerian music during the prime time encouraged many Nigerian artists that respect her for daring to play Nigerian music on a regular basis.
Latoya Aduke has also presented the program "AIT Jamz to the MAX, produce by New Wave productions, Charley Boy's outfit, which was a hugh hit, and has earned Latoya Aduke fans young and old, throughout Nigeria.
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