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See 9 Popular Nigerian Musicians Struggling To Release Another Hit Song

This is not a critic post however but a thought on these artistes work ethic, they may need to put in more work so they can reach previous heights.

In no particular order, here are my picks for the day!!

IYANYA

See 9 Popular Nigerian Musicians Struggling To Release Another Hit Song

Former Triple MG co-owner Iyanya rose to fame after releasing his monstrous hit Kukere few years ago and he followed it up with another banging track “Ur Waist” featuring former label mate, Emma Nyra .

The singer released a very decent sophomore album titled Desire but has since struggled to release anything remarkable as compare to his past effort.

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Every other 3 months Iyanya releases a new single but none has lasted on rotation. Even his last single Gift featuring Mavin Records boss, Don Jazzy didn’t last on our eardrums.

The ariste is now signed to MAVIN Records as reported here and he released a song featuring Don Jazzy and Dr Sid, titled ‘Up to Something’.

We are still keeping our fingers crossed for more good music from him.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Wrong list…ya’ll dunno who’s banging,and who’s not. KingKong is one of d highest played song now,also xpect a banging remix soon. VEC jst shuldnt be there,cos he’s ontop of his game right now…For Tuface,if u’re complaining abt him struggling to reign again,I’ll advice u go bck an buy all his previous albums. Tubaba has given Nigerians wat wuld last dem for 100yrs…#word

  2. Emma Nyra should not even make this list cos she had never had any hit track before. She is even more popular for indecent dressing than as a musician.

  3. 2face? U r seriously sick…. after calling him a legend! What do you really want a legend to do in this generation of empty music!……even when u were talking abt possible Grammy winners, una no call 2baba…remember African queen was used in phat girls!

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