Debie-Rise Ebun Biography
Oluwarise Deborah Ebun, born December 20, 1992, better known as Debie-Rise, is a famous Nigerian singer, songwriter, guitarist, and fitness enthusiast. She rose to prominence after appearing on one of the most intriguing talent shows for promising music stars in Nigeria, Nigerian Idol, in 2013, where she finished as the 1st Runner-Up.
|Real Name:||Oluwarise Deborah Ebun|
|Date of Birth||December 20,1992|
|Place of Birth:||Kaduna State|
|Occupation:||Singer, Songwriter, Guitarist, Fitness Enthusiast|
Early Life and Education
Oluwarise Deborah Ebun, a renowned Nigerian reality TV star, songwriter, musician, singer, and ex-Big Brother Nigeria (BBN) housemate, is popularly known as BBNaija’s season 2 housemate.
This professional guitarist was born on December 20th, 1992, to the lovely family of Pastor and Mrs. Ebun, natives of Kaduna State.
She was born in her hometown of Kaduna State, Nigeria’s northernmost state. Debie was raised in Kaduna as a Northerner by region, a Nigerian by nationality, and a Christian by faith.
Debie-Rise received her education at the Federal University of Technology, Yola, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science.
Notably, she graduated with a major in graphics design and a minor in Web application development. As a result, she is a computer scientist, graphic designer, and web developer.
Debie was one of the artists Etisalat signed to perform at their Etisalat EasyCliq Campus Concerts. The concert provided her with the opportunity to perform at over 20 Nigerian universities.
She also performed at the Pepsi Football Academy Gala Nights several times.
Debie-Rise music is something you should definitely listen to. Throughout her career, she has released a number of singles that have become hits in Nigeria and elsewhere. Her song’s video clips have received millions of views on YouTube.
- No Cunny Cunny
- Can’t Stop Me
- Here To Stay
- Very Good Mistake
- The God I Serve
- My Choice
- Be It Unto Me
- Your Will etc.
BBN Season 2
The singer competed in the 2017 season of Big Brother Naija, a reality television show. She entered the Big Brother mansion a week after the show had begun, spending 70 days in the house out of the total 77 days.
During her stay in the Big Bother House, she was nominated six (6) times for possible evictions (weeks 3, 6, 8, 9, 10, and 11), and she made it to the final week as one of the five finalists, of which she eventually came out 4th.
According to her confession, she had to flee her home in order to be a part of the show. She took part in the reality TV show against the wish of her father, who was a pastor at the time, and he was protective and concerned about the family’s future.
Nigerian Idol Season 3
In 2013, the singer finished first runner-up in the popular Nigerian singing competition, Nigerian Idol. Her fans came from all over Nigeria as a result of the competition. Nigerians adored her exciting and melodic voice.
According to the event’s organizers, it was not just her voice that helped her become successful on the show; Nigerians voted for her personality as well.
She was a fantastic contestant and entertainer who could do it all! She could rap, sing, dance, play guitar, and do witty stand-up comedy.
Debie-Rise Ebun Net Worth
Debie-Rise Ebun is a famous Nigerian singer, songwriter, guitarist, and fitness enthusiast who has an estimated net worth of $300,000.
There had been a relationship spark between Debie and her fellow BBN Housemate, Bassey who seems to be her best friend while in the Big Brother Mansion.
The duo has been seen together on many occasions and they have even done a song together titled, Joy and Pain. It seems the two are no more entangled as Debie came out after a long time to say that she can never marry Bassey.
In 2018, Debie officially changed her professional name from Debie-Rise to Deborah Rise. According to her, changing her name represented a sort of rebirth.
She opened up about this rebirth with a video on her Instagram page showing how her hair is cut off. She said that the act of shaving her hair off was meant to be a symbolic representation of change and regeneration.
Aside from that, the former Big Brother Naija housemate who is now doing gospel music released a gospel song titled My Choice.
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- Twitter: @deborah_rise