Dovie Miles Biography: Age and Career

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    Arinzechukwu Andrew Anyanwu (born 5th December 1997), Popularly Known as Dovie Miles is a Nigerian fast-rising musician and songwriter. Dovie Rose to Fame after the Release of His Highly anticipated Single title “Black is Gold “.

    Real Fact About Dovie Miles

    Real Name Arinzechukwu Andrew Anyanwu
    Also Known As Dovie Miles
    Date Of Birth 5-December-1997
    Nationality Nigerian
    Occupation Musician
    State of origin Imo state


    Dovie Mile’s Early life and education

    Dovie Miles was born on 5th December 1997 in Onitsha Anambra state, South-East geopolitical zone of Nigeria. to the family of Mr. Elias .E. Anyanwu and Late Mrs. Martina .N. Anyanwu.

    While growing up, Dovie Mile completed his Primary school Education at Mercy Nursery/primary school umulogho Obowo and Secondary School Education at St.Maria Goretti Secondary school Umulogho Obowo where he obtained his West African Examination Council. Dovie Mile’s advanced his Educational Career by Enrolling at National open University of Nigeria (NOUN).

    Dovie Miles Musical Career and Songs

    Dovie started his music career professionally in 2022 And has achieved a lot of projects for himself, such as “Black is Gold, and Debuted EP title “T.I.M.E” that consist of 4 tracks, which includes Black is Gold, Win win, Show me, and Emii.

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