Tope Alabi shares stunning pictures as she clocks 50
Nigerian gospel singer, film music composer and actress, Tope Alabi clocks 50 today.
She was born on October 27, 1970 in Lagos State.
The celebrated gospel musician took to her social media page to share stunning photos of herself in different fabulous outfits.
She also expressed her gratitude to God with the caption: “Dear LORD, your baby girl who obtained favour and mercy comes to say THANK YOU.
I celebrate your faithfulness in my life at 50. O se oo JESU.”
Before today, while counting down to her big day, many of her colleagues in the entertainment industry joined her as she had held a 50-day prayer and praise session to celebrate the milestone.
Tope Alabi attended Oba Akinyele Memorial High School, Ibadan in 1986, after which she proceeded to the Polytechnic Ibadan where she studied Mass Communication and graduated in1990.
While in secondary school, her interest in music and drama led her to join the then “Jesters International” (Jacob, Papilolo & Aderupoko) group at Ibadan. It was from there that she got her initial training and experience in drama.
She worked with the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) in Ibadan as a correspondent under the supervision of Yanju Adegbite, between 1990 & 1991. She also worked with Centre-spread Advertising Limited, Ilupeju area of Lagos in the year 1990.
In 1992, after having various work experiences, Patricia Temitope Alabi came back into the theatre Art profession as she joined the prestigious “Alade Aromire Theartre group” in 1994. There, she was able to distinguish herself as a gifted and talented actress and singer. At Alade Aromire theatre group, Tope Alabi was able to know all the core area of drama and acting profession. She was involved in various film productions, stage drama and most importantly the soundtrack production with which she is actress in Yoruba Movie industry today.
Tope has been invited by various writers, producers and directors in the Yoruba movie industry to write and perform soundtracks for their various movies, she had to her credit to date, about 350 soundtracks which she had composed for various Yoruba movies.