Igbo songwriter Uzo Emenike wrote song in Beyonce’s new album Lemonade

A resourceful Igbo, Uzo Emenike, continues to be a big ambassador of Igbo achievement. If you listen to Beyonce’s latest album Lemonade, it is impossible for you not to listen to one of the songs that was written by Mr Emenike.

It is a great achievement to write a song that since it is sung by Beyonce would be listened to, danced to and sung by millions of people around the world. And since Beyonce always goes for the best, our congratulations goes to Emenike for making the cut.

This is Resourceful Equianoism.

A little about Uzo Emenike. Born Uzoechi Osisioma Emenike on the 9th of November 1994, he is professionally known as MNEK, and is a Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and record producer. He has also written songs for international songster, Madonna.

Below, are the full credits for Beyoncé’s “Hold Up,” the second song on her new album Lemonade.

Written By Thomas Wesley Pentz, Ezra Koenig, Beyoncé, Emile Haynie, Joshua Tillman, Uzoechi Emenike, Sean Rhoden P/K/A Melo-X, Doc Pomus, Mort Schuman, Deandre Way, Antonio Randolph, Kelvin Mcconnell, Brian Chase, Karen Orzolek And Nick Zinner

Published by OzoIgboNdu1 of Igbo Defender

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