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Who is Shola Ama?
Shola Ama: Mathurin Campbell, better known as Shola Ama, is an English R&B singer, who scored her biggest hit in 1997 with a cover of Turley Richards' "You Might Need Somebody".
- also known as Ama Shola; Shole Ama; Mathurin Campbell; Ama, Shola
- born on (36 years ago) in Paddington
- nationality: England
- education: Quintin Kynaston Community Academy
- profession: Singer
- genres: Contemporary R&B, UK Garage, Soul music
- albums: "Much Love", "In Return", "Supersonic", "You Might Need Somebody", "Still Believe", "Imagine", "20th Century Blues EP", "The Very Best of Shola Ama"
- nominated to Brit Award for British Breakthrough Act
- nominated to Brit Award for British Female Solo Artist
- Brit Award for British Female Solo Artist
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UDTV: Shola Ama on Re:Definition, UK Music & New Mixtape
Remel London catches up with Shola Ama for UDTV at Re:Definition 2010.
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