Why is Akala called Akala?

Daley got his stage name from Acala, a Buddhist term for “immovable”, and started releasing music in 2003 from his own independent music label, Illa State Records.

What is Miss Dynamite’s real name?

Niomi Arleen Daley
Ms. Dynamite/Full name

Ms Dynamite (Niomi Arleen McLean-Daley) made a mixtape, A Little Darker, with her brother in 2006, the year he won a Mobo award for best hip-hop act. They grew up in Kentish Town, north London (she’s 32, he’s 29 – real name Kingslee James Daley).

What primary school did Akala attend?

In 2007, live on BBC Radio’s 1Xtra station, Akala, who attended Acland Burghley School in Tufnell Park, managed to fit the names of 27 Shakespeare plays into two verses of a freestyle rap after a challenge by one of the show’s DJs.

Who is Akala sister?

Ms. Dynamite

What does Akala mean in Hawaiian?

Akala (ā-kă’-la), n. 1. A species of raspberry (Rubus macraei).

Is Akala related to Ms Dynamite?

Now, Akala, little brother of Ms Dynamite, has been shortlisted in the best hip-hop category of this year’s Mobo awards, along with Busta Rhymes, Kano, Kanye West and Sway. Akala, real name Kingslee Daley, 22, released his album It’s Not a Rumour last April to critical acclaim.

Who is Akala’s composer friend?

At the helm is Andy Serkis, a friend since they worked together on video game Heavenly Sword in 2007. Composing music for a visual medium is a dream set up for Sawhney, who has scored over 50 films, but he says there are people in the classical music world who are less than impressed.

What do we call Akela in English?

/akelā/ 1. alone adjective after link verb. A person who is alone is someone who has no family or friends.

What do we call Akala in English?

akala in American English (əˈkɑːlə) a Hawaiian shrub or climber, Rubus macraei, bearing a large, red, edible raspberry.