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 Tope Alabi, also known as Ore ti o common, and as Agbo Jesu (born 27 October 1970),[1] is a Nigerian gospel singer,[2] film music composer[3] and actress.[4]

Alabi was formerly a member of the Jesters International comedy group.[5] She later worked with other popular travelling and stage theater groups in both Ibadan and Lagos. She made films in the Yoruba film genre of Nigeria.[6] Alabi later metamorphosed into gospel music after she became a born-again Christian.[7]


  • Ore ti o Common (2001)
  • Iwe Eri (2003)
  • Agbara Re NI (2005)
  • Agbara Olorun (2006)
  • Angeli MI (2007)
  • Kokoro Igbala (2008)”
  • kabiosi (2010)
  • Moriya’nu
  • agbelebu (2011)
  • alagbara (2012)
  • Agbelebu (2013)
  • Oruko Tuntun (2015)
  • Omo Jesu (2017)

See also

Buchi Atuonwu


  1. Jump up^ “Biography”. Tope Alabi. Retrieved 2010-12-06.
  2. Jump up^ Shepherd, John; Laing, Dave (2003). Continuum encyclopedia of popular music of the world, Volumes 3-7Continuum. p. 171. ISBN 978-0-8264-7436-0.
  3. Jump up^ Adeyemi, S. T. (2004). “The Culture Specific Application of Sound in Nigerian Video Movies”Nigerian Music ReviewUniversity of Ife5: 51–61. ISSN 1116-428XOCLC 5386079.
  4. Jump up^ Adebayo, Bose (26 July 2008). “I Was in Labour for Four Days for My Second Baby-Tope Alabi”Vanguard. Retrieved 19 October 2009.
  5. Jump up^ “”I Loved To Reveal My Boobs” – Tope Alabi”Nigeria Films. 14 June 2008. Retrieved 19 October 2009.
  6. Jump up^ Alonge Michael (6 July 2009). “Tope Alabi on nine month’s course” Retrieved 19 October 2009.
  7. Jump up^ Ajibade, George Olusola (2007). “New Wine in Old Cups: Postcolonial Performance of Christian Music in Yorùbá Land”. Studies in World ChristianityEdinburgh University Press13 (2): 105–126. ISSN 1354-9901doi:10.1353/swc.2007.0014.

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