Amarachi Uyanne is a popular Nigerian kid dancer, violinist, recording artiste, singer, songwriter and a performing artiste. She was born on 17th July 2004 in Asaba, Delta State in the south southern part of Nigeria. She is currently 13 years old. She is originally from Asaba in Delta State, Nigeria and started dancing at a very tender age.
She went to South Point Primary School in Benin City, Edo State where she combines both her studies and works together. After which she completed her primary school education and obtained her first school leaving certificate.
Amarachi Uyanne is currently studying in an international high school in Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria where she combines both music career and her academic studies together.
In 2012, Amarachi Uyanne rose to fame after winning the 2012 Nigeria Got Talent Hunt Show and Dancing Competition hosted by a multinational telecommunication network, Airtel Nigeria. She won ten million naira in the competition and became the youngest millionaire in Nigeria at the age of 8 years old.
She went against one of the top contender, talented dancer and violinist, Godwin Ogechukwu. In 2013 Amarachi Uyanne released her first debut single “Amarachi Dance” which was accepted by global audience. The success of the song made her a public figure in Nigeria.
After the success of her first single, in 2016, Amarachi Uyanne released her second debut single “Over Sabi” featuring Nigerian best indigenous rapper Phyno.
She is very beautiful, talented, skillful and regarded as African best kid dancer. Amarachi Uyanne is also referred to as an African child due to the way she display and showcase the beauty of Africa in her dancing routine.
Amarachi Uyanne is currently one of the richest and most influential kid dancer in Nigeria with an estimated net worth of $200,000.
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