July 27, 1955
|Spouse(s)||Dziesetuonuo Solo (m.1983)|
Methaneilie Solo (born July 27, 1955), better known by his stage name Methaneilie Jütakhrie, is a Naga singer and composer who became successful in Nagaland as a musician in the 1980s and 1990s.
Methaneilie Solo was born on July 27, 1955 to Zajükhrie Solo and Khrienuo Solo of Tsütuonuomia Thinuo (T-Khel) at Kohima village in Nagaland. Solo became hunchbacked at the age of four and could study only up to 4th class. However, his parents and friends encouraged him to sing.
Methaneilie Solo composed his first song in 1973, and recorded his first album in 1984. In 1993, his 12th volume of cassette was released which includes recording in his own Angami dialect, as well as translations from other tribal languages and Hindi. He has recorded 250 songs, and has composed 187 songs himself.
Among his most popular songs are "Nagaland City Kuribole", "Whisky Whisky", and "I call her, I call her darling".
He is married to Dziesetuonuo and together they have four children (Two daughters and two sons).
- "Jutakhrieko" (1984)
- "Handicapped Singer Promotes Nagaland Social Welfare". UCA News. January 19, 1996.
- "Reviving oral tradition: 'Story Nights' with Methaneilie Solo". Morung Express. May 14, 2017.
- "Story Nights with Methaneilie Jütakhrie". Eastern Mirror. May 14, 2017.
- "I call her darling; She call me dustbin". Morung Express. December 6, 2017.
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