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5 Nigerian Artists that disappeared after fame

#1. Cynthia Morgan Where is Cynthia Morgan if I May ask?  The Nigerian Reggae dance hall singer shot into limelight in 2013 following the release of her singles titled “Don’t Break My Heart” another  “Lead Me On”, which gained massive waves in the country. Thereafter, the singer went on...
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Is The Feud Between Iyanya & Ubi Franklin A Publicity Stunt To Promote Iyanya’s New Song?

Few days after the Iyanya and Ubi Franklin saga started,  Iyanya dropped a new song, “Halle” featuring Duncan Mighty which is gradually making waves. After the song dropped, it began to cast doubts on the mind of music fans over the genuineness in the feud between himself and his former partner & friend;...
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Nigerian artistes who dumped their record labels & the future of Nigerian music industry

The Nigerian music industry is a venue of dramatization which interestingly, is the thing that keeps it energetic and intriguing. One of such dramatizations we have seen is never-ending conflicts between artistes and their record labels. For some, it is a story of from grace to grass while for...

What you should know about the crazy dance move ‘Shaku Shaku’

In case you’re acquainted with Nigerian music, you’ll have seen there is a long history of having the capacity to make a hit musically when you have a decent dance move to imbue into your song. This trend can be traced to the times of Olu Maintain hit, ‘Yahoozee’....

5 important tips to become a successful artist in Nigeria

It can be hardly ignored nowadays that music has moved from the use of simple lyrics to words that does not exist in the dictionary. Music promoters, media publicist, media consultants and show organizers has given us an insight as to what sells in Nigeria. With the lyrics being...

10 RICHEST Musicians In Nigeria And Their Net Worth – (2017)

In time past Nigerian parents rebuked their wards for dare dreaming about becoming musicians. You dare not harbor such thoughts talk more of telling your parents about it. You’ll get a good dose of the cane and rebuke. Fast forward to the present, music is probably one sure way...