Growing up in the Lagos metropolis, Ojo local government, Korra Obidi Dean, a delta princess lived a very simple, sheltered life.
She explored her passions by dancing and singing in church.
Trained dance and music from private tutors. In 2007 she attended the University of Lagos where she bagged her Honors degree in Bachelors of Education.
she visited 13 countries singing and dancing, teaching and learning.
In 2015 Korra represented Nigeria all over Africa as a Headliner for the Continental Basketball League. She went on to be the only woman to perform at the Burj Al Arab along-side ‘power house’ designer Wallid Atallah, she was Nominated As the best Dancer in Africa by Afrimma, and awarded best breakout star in 2019 by legacy TV.
She moved to Shanghai where she held a residency at UNICO and taught dance.
She welcomed her daughter June Dean in August 2019 After appearing on “So you think you can dance” 6 months pregnant, this kick started her career in entertainment in the United States of America, she is currently based in Hollywood, singing, dancing, teaching and sharing her culture with her fans.