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Biography Of Adeyinka Alaseyori

Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography

Adeyinka R Akinyemi, also known as Adeyinka Alaseyori, is a Nigerian gospel music minister, singer, and songwriter.

Adeyinka Alaseyori, known for her energetic dancing moves and profound cultured devotion in her home tongue, got her stage name from her first album, Alaseyori Mi, which was released in 2012.

A native of Ondo state, in southwestern Nigeria. Adeyinka Alaseyori, a qualified accountant and entrepreneur, rose to prominence with her successful singles Arojinle and Aye Ope Yo.


She has four albums to her credit: Alaseyori Mi, Alaabo Mi, Arojinle, and her most recent album, Aye Ope Yo.

Alaseyori is a voice in the new generation of gospel music ministry who, with the aid of God, has changed the way gospel music ministry is perceived in Nigeria and around the world.

Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography
Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography

Adeyinka Alaseyori Profile

Birth Name: Adeyinka Akinyemi
Stage Name Adeyinka Alaseyori
Date Of Birth: June 6
Gender: Female
Birth Place: Lagos State
State of Origin: Ondo State
Nationality: Nigerian
Marital Status: married to Prince Dave Akinyemi
Occupation: Gospel Singer
Net Worth: $300,000
Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography
Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography

Adeyinka Alaseyori Early Life

Adeyinka Alaseyori is the first of her parents’ four children and was born in Lagos to Hon Adeshina Adesioye and Mrs. Funmilayo Ogunfunwa.


Adeyinka Alaseyori is a Nigerian modern gospel music pastor with a distinct musical skill and a strong Yoruba worship tradition. A high school-trained batá dancer with a charming smile.

Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography
Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography

Adeyinka Alaseyori Education

Adeyinka Alaseyori received her primary education at Holy Trinity Nursery and Primary School in Ebute Meta, and her secondary education at Methodist Girl High School in Sabo, Yaba, before attending Lagos State Polytechnic for her national diploma in accounting. She is currently pursuing her from the National Open University of Nigeria (Final Year).

Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography
Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography

Adeyinka Alaseyori Career

Adeyinka Alaseyori, a child evangelist, began ministering to and from convention buses across Nigeria when she was eight.

She officially launched her music ministry (Halleluyah Praise Team) between 2010 and 2011, and recorded and released her first album, Alaseyori Mi, in December 2012 (where she adopted her stage name Adeyinka Alaseyori).

Adeyinka Alaseyori worked as a nursery school teacher and an account clerk in various sectors before pursuing music full-time.

Adeyinka Alaseyori convenes the 21-day covenant worship (virtual) event, which comprises numerous gospel music ministers from across the country.

She is married to Prince Akinyemi Ademola David (from the Ako ruling house in Imesi, Osun state), and they have two children (a boy and a girl).

Adeyinka Alaseyori Net Worth

Adeyinka Alaseyori reportedly has a net worth of $300,000.

Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography
Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography

Adeyinka Alaseyori Discography

Alaseyori Mi Album – 8th December 2012

Alaabo Mi Album – 19th December 2016

Arojinle Album – Mar 14 2020

Aye Ope Yo Album – Nov 19, 2021

Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography
Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography

Adeyinka Alaseyori Songs

He made a way



O Waaye Funmi Loke

Victorious Chant ft Peterson Okopi and Deborah Ajayi

Aboogun Ni

Jesu Nasareti

Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography
Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography

Adeyinka Alaseyori Collaborations

Atobiju by Ola ft Adeyinka Alaseyori

Da Ina Tuntun by Emmanuel Olowookere

Ojasire by Living Testimony ft Adeyinka Alaseyori

E gbe Oriyin soke by Deborah Ajayi ft Adeyinka Alaseyori

Ase ti jade by Toluwani Sings ft Adeyinka Alaseyori

Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography
Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography

Adeyinka Alaseyori Achievements

Breakout Artiste of the Year Nominee (The NET)

Bustline Diamond Recognition Award

Yomafa Global Awards (Best Female Gospel Artiste)

Benmag Radio Award Winner

Smile Legend Nomination

All4One Promotions Appreciation Award

Dove Awards Nomination

Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography
Adeyinka Alaseyori Biography

Adeyinka Alaseyori Personal Life

Adeyinka Alaseyori is married to Dave Akinyemi. According to rumors, they married in Lagos in 2015, and various superstars in the entertainment industry attended, including BunmiAkinnanu Adeoye Omije Ojumi, Ayo Ajewole Woli Agba, Goman Shomolu/Bariga Zone, Dayo Amusa, and Ireti Osayemi.

Prince Dave and Adeyinka’s union has produced a son.

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Amen Amen Amen 🙏 COME TOGETHER CONCERT Thank you @yamahamusicafrica for having us 🙏 #PrayerWorks #TalkToJesus #MercySpeaks FULL VIDEO ON YOUTUBE ( PART 1 )

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Who is Adeyinka Alaseyori?

Adeyinka Alaseyori, born Adeyinka Akinyemi, is a well-known Nigerian gospel musician and songwriter who was born on June 6, 1997, in Lagos State, Nigeria, to Adeshina and Funmilayo Adesioye. She is from Ondo state in Nigeria.

How did Adeyinka Alaseyori get into music?

It’s been 12 years and going on 13. It was tedious at first, but we stuck with it. We worship God in our secret place, and He chooses to put us into the spotlight. Music is my life; it is what I do for God without cameras or social media.

You must’ve started in the church, right?

Yes, I grew up at CAC, and that’s where it all began for me.

What was it like to transition from the church to the spotlight?

Every gospel performer who wishes to go global has always looked to the church for inspiration. Every star has a base, which could be the church choir, a children’s choir, or something else. It is a location where we all go, and the Lord will prepare us there since he knows where he is sending us. We don’t know what the future holds, but He does. So, bringing us to church on a regular basis prepares us for an unknown future in ways we can’t even understand. I thank God for my parents. They take us to church to learn. Even as children, we attended family service (Eko Idile), where we learned a lot, were groomed, and sang the majority of time.

We had no idea that during that period, the Lord was preparing us for something bigger. Before entering the spotlight, I was aware that I had been singing, but I wasn’t just famous; I’d been there. It wasn’t like I started in one day and got renowned overnight. I’ve been working underneath. Today at home, I was pondering by myself how God raises people from obscurity to renown. It’s not about work or ability, since I’ve been listening to some really talented people who are unknown.

I just realized that there must be something he looks for in people that we all don’t know. Nobody knows what he’s searching for; all we know is that we’re all doing our best, but there must be something that influences his decision on who he wants to elevate up. That is God, and he is just indisputable.

Which song would you say kept you out of the limelight?

It is Arojinle.

Did you compose it?

Arojinle was solely composed by me. (singing) Mo ro arojinle lori aiye mi o, ibi aanu baye mi de o, arojinle ni mo ro… This translates to “I had a deep thought over my life, and the extent mercy has seen me off to is as a result of the deep thoughts.” and some other songs like (ese, ese, ese, ooo, ese Oluwa) thank you, thank you, thank you Lord; and other songs that we grew up with in CAC; I don’t know who wrote some of those songs, but I grew up with some of them from childhood. Arojinle was spontaneous worship, but the Lord simply gave it a another name, and Oniduro was also included in the songs.

In this business for around 13 years, how many albums have you made in total?

To God be the glory, I have three albums and a few singles. Part of them were He made a way and Aiye Ope Yo, and I believe the CD is also released.

We’ve discussed the past; now let’s consider the future. What do we anticipate from you?

This year, I believe I will be filming more singles. The Lord has been giving me more songs back to back; I’m not sure how, but one of them is Aanu lo bi (Mercy produced this). When people see you performing well, some assume it’s a charm. People call and ask if I can take them to where I pray, but I don’t have somewhere. People think I’m doing something extraordinary, but it’s not.

So when the Lord sent me the song about how it is his kindness that has made some people appear to be experts, rather than their work or how they do it, I could connect to it well. The mercy of God distinguishes that person from others. You can have two persons working on the same job at the same workplace and one doing considerably better than the other; sometimes it is not due to the person’s efforts, but to God’s grace. I believe the song will be another fantastic song that everyone can identify to because my songs have always been about my life and the people around me.

People can truly relate to what I’m saying and the themes that the songs convey. For example, Ese Aye Ope Yo stated that after all the nights without food, I can now afford a three-square dinner. It does not necessarily imply that I can afford to build a house; occasionally one fasts for the sake of their children. There were times when I was expelled from class due to my failure to pay school fees, but we are currently sending our children to school, so this is not happening. After all of that nothingness, splendor emerged.

This response prompted my next query. What was it like for you growing up?

My father and mother had some troubles, so I spent most of my time with my grandmother and then with my mother. It wasn’t as if everything was perfect for us; in fact, there was nothing perfect about it. We had seven individuals in a room, plus my mother, for a total of eight in the room where I grew up. That is the narrative of my childhood in a nutshell. I am grateful to my parents for giving me Christ.

They forced me to learn the way and attend church even if I didn’t want to. I met Christ during a point in my life when they repeatedly asked me to go to church. I can’t take their role out of my story since they genuinely made me enjoy attending to church. My mother would take us to almost every church to pray, which has prepared the way for us now.

How did you earn your stage name, Adeyinka Alaseyori?

I got it from my first record. My original name was Hallelujah Praise Team, but when I published my debut album, Alaseyori mi, people began calling me Adeyinka Alaseyori, and the name just stuck. The name has now become a global brand, and we want to thank God for bringing us this far.

I expected to see you at the 80-hour marathon praise in honor of Daddy Adeboye’s 80th birthday celebration; why weren’t you there?

I feel like I wasn’t invited. God uses many souls, and some people may be unfamiliar with Adeyinka Alaseyori. Would you agree? That is me, that is my life, and that is how I think. I believe that no matter how famous you think you are, there are individuals out there who don’t know you. I have not there, nor am I there yet, but I am confident that one day I will be invited and you will see me ministering on the altar. Daddy Adeboye is, without a doubt, our father, and we commemorate him in our own unique way, whether or not we take the stage.

What can your devoted fans expect from you in the future, aside from the singles you mentioned?

So, expect a lot of activity on social media. We recently completed a 21-day online worship experience that many people are still watching and talking about. We did 21 days at a time, and it was quite powerful. I’ve always told myself to be ready for whatever comes my way because I know that if you’re going to where the Lord wants you and you’re in the spotlight, you should expect a lot of things out there. There will be many inaccurate stories told about you, including some you are unaware of.

So I’m prepared for situations like these. Sometimes I see hilarious comments, and some people believe that they are directed at me, but they are not. I’ve trained my mind to accept that all of this is unavoidable. The sole focus I should maintain is God’s; everything else is hearsay. Don’t lose God on your journey through life, even if you lose everything, since God will bring folks to you. All I do is attempt to improve every day. When people tell me things or correct me, I improve, and this is how I grow. Thank you very much, City People, for your time.

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Has Adeyinka Alaseyori have any children?

Adeyinka Alaseyori and her husband Dave will welcome their second child together on October 22, 2022.

What church does Adeyinka Alaseyori attend?

Adeyinka Alaseyori attends the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Christ Apostolic Church (CAC), and the Mountain of Fire and Miracle Ministry (MFM).

What number of children does Yinka Alaseyori have?

Adeyinka Alaseyori, a well-known Nigerian gospel artist, and her husband Dave welcomed their second child, a girl, on October 22, 2022.

Which state is Adeyinka Alaseyori from?

Adeyinka Alaseyori was born on June 6 in Lagos, but her parents are from Ondo state.

What happened between Adeyinka Alaseyori and tope alabi?

In June 2021, a video circulated on Nigerian social media showing ace gospel singer Tope Alabi criticizing a popular Christian hymn, Oniduro Mi, sung by iconic vocalists Tolu Adelegan and Adeyinka Alaseyori at different periods. In Yoruba, Oniduro Mi simply means guarantee.



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