What people want to know is who is the real Alice Austine? What is her secret and why has she achieved so much in such a short period of time. Her first album "COMING OF AGE" was an instant hit and has sold thousands of copies throughout the world. Below is a short synopsis of the real Alice Austine, her hobbies, likes, dislikes and some of the legendary Cameroonian, African and American musicians she has collaborated with over the years and why she has become such a household phenomenon throughout the universe. Alice Austine was born on a sunny morning on the fifteenth day of May in the economic capital of Cameroon Douala with a beautiful smile on her face according to her mother and the midwives present at her birth. Her granny love for her was unbearable so she took her from her mother at the age of four and raised her with love and good family Christian value. If you really want to understand the amazing relationship and love shared between Alice Austine and her grandmother; all you have to do is listen to her mega single hit "MEH KAHKAHWAH MAM'" where she uses her unique Bayang dialect to express her love, thanks, appreciation and undying loyalty to her granny Mami Cecilia Eta. Mami Cecilia took Alice to Presbyterian church every Sunday and was fascinated by the church choir. After studying for five years at the iconic academy PHS Besongabang at the out sketch of Mamfe Manyu division, southwest of Cameroon. Alice migrated to the USA in 2004. While studying for her nursing degree in the US, Alice passions and taste for music only intensified. Musicians like Beyonce, Alicia keys, yemi Alade, Ben and Grace Decca have inspired Alice to keep writing songs for herself and many up and coming artists. Alice is back at it again with fire this time around, her new single “Husband for life’ is making waves all over social media, talk shows and night clubs across the US and Africa. The song is uplifting, intoxicating and hands down exhilarating. Alice held no punches in this smash hit, her combination of broken pikin, English language, French and kenyan her native dialect makes the song appealing to audiences all over the sphere. Listen to Husband for life by Alice Austine aka Nyakatih mama ..... " Njumba palava I nor dey for dey ooh"..... Writing by Augustine Mforsong.