September 20, 2018

9 Nigerian artistes who need to ‘blow’ quickly or leave music 

The music business is a tough market. Despite possessing an enormous talent,  it is not enough to be confident that you will be a star. In music, you also need luck.
Below are the nine artistes who have done all but are still struggling to make popular music:
Though Damilola Afolabi has a lot of music inside him, he is yet to produce songs that will put him in the league of big boys. Even though his music is not popular yet, money is not his problem as he is the son of billionaire Taiwo Afolabi
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Nothing to show for the years Skiibii spent at Five Star Music. Now a boss of his own, we hope he puts out good music asap or gets another job.
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Despite his enormous talent,  Viktoh of Olamide’s YBLN has disappointed so far. He needs to follow the path of Lil Kesh and Adekunle Gold.
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Something is holding Mz Kiss back. Signed by Clarence Peters, unless they had parted ways privately, she has been regarded as the female version of Olamide. But that’s only on paper. We are sure she’s not happy with her growth too.
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Forget Seriki’s looks, he is an elderly man in music. He has been around since the glorious days of 9ice. At a time, he was signed to 9ice’s Alapomeji Records. Age is not on rapper Seriki’s side any longer.
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Don Jazzy has really been patient with Di’ja. She started well, but despite her obvious talent and a huge platform, she is struggling to shine. We heard she’s expecting her second baby.
Whatever romance Grey C has with Sound Sultan and his brother, Baba Dee, it’s not working anymore. She needs to look for another way.
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Immaculate Edache is a bold and powerful singer. But the product of Idol and Project Fame needs to do more if she wants a future in music.
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Is Tolu still a musician?
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Source: GoldmyneTV


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When I’m not sleeping, I write. With almost a decade experience in entertainment reporting and documentation in media houses like The Guardian, Hallmark, New Telegraph and The Point NG, I’m on a journey to make the Nigerian entertainment industry a better place.

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