A wide range of Nigerian artistes have tasted the sweetness of limelight but they lost it out after a while due to their inconsistency, below are five of them.
1. Lil Kesh
Many still hast the believe that Lil Kesh‘s career would not have gone down to that extent if he had chose to stick with the record label that bought him to fame, YBNL.
Since he departed, Lil Kesh changed his sound and has pretty much left the stage of relevancy.
But we all still remember the days of Efejoku, Gbese, Shoki, Is it Because I Love You, can we still trust Lil Kesh with another chance at Stardom?
2. Seyi Shay
Ever since we heard Seyi Shay’s collaboration with Wizkid, her career has went down the line.
While many feel she’s the third force after Yemi Alade, Tiwa Savage, Niniola, a lot of new act have moved ahead of her in the last few years.
3. Ice Prince
We can’t forget the hits Ice Prince gave us in the past starting from Aboki and Superstar but his career is long gone, he recently tried doing something else by delving into writing where he published his first book, we really hope he make waves there.
4. Korede Bello
Do you still remember that innocent faced kid, Korede Bello who was known then for plastering greatness on label collaborations Mavins released then.
From Dorobucci to Godwin, those were Korede Bello” best moments. Then he had a big bang when he sang “Godwin” but ever since that “Godwin” and “Like That” he released in 2016, he has found it hard with fame.
His debut album achieved little success and faded away in such a little time. How many tracks can we still remember off that album?
The way “Holy Water” blew up then made us think Iyanya has rediscovered his best form. After spending years in obscurity since winning Project fame, we got trapped to Iyanya’s music through Your waist, Kukere and Sexy Mama.
But after a few years, Iyanya’s music went sour and he lost popularity.