Beverly Chioma E. Ukegbu, known professionally as Beverly Oh, is a Nigerian-American afrobeat, singer, rapper and songwriter. Beverly's work is a uniquely diverse embodiment of sound, a refined blend of sheer talent and artistry. Born and raised in Houston, Texas, USA by Nigerian parents, Beverly Oh relocated to Nigeria in 2016 to pursue her musical career. Her first official single "Bulletproof" was released in February 2015, and her second single "Papilo," which she released the same year, launched her to immediate prominence in the national music scene, receiving positive reviews from music critics and fans alike. Beverly released and co-wrote “Hold Something” produced by Del B. In 2018, Beverly released “Pull Up” which was produced by Selebobo’s younger brother Insane Chips. In 2019, Beverly released a Hip-hop, Afro-trap song “Flip it” where the singer reminds her fans that she can still rap. In 2020, Beverly Oh released a Christian Nigerian High-life song titled Chioma that highlights instruments from the Igbo culture. Another song produced by Selebobo.