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Nigeria is seeing a development spray in the music business.

Five Nigerian acts to watch out in 2020

Halfway into the epileptic year of 2020, Nigeria is seeing a development spray in the music business. Fledging and capable craftsmen are expediently causing a ripple effect to get to the spotlight. Utilizing on the unfavorable impact of the pandemic which deflected well known performers from discharging music, these specialists immediately started to solidify their benefits by tackling web based life.

Here’s a rundown of craftsmen you should watch out for in the following portion of 2020.


A youthful trickster from Surulere, Lagos, Ikuforiji Abdulrahman Olaitan, otherwise known as Oxlade went from being unheard to performing at Wizkid’s Starboy Fest, a sold-out show at the O2 Arena in London.

Directly after that occasion, Oxlade started to accumulate regard for his music. A portion of his greatest highlights incorporate ‘Mamiwota’ by Blaqbonez, ‘Raising A ruckus’ by DJ Tunez, his greatest hit so far titled ‘Shugar’, among others.


Lawal Raheem is 20-year-old Afropop vocalist and lyricist. Otherwise called Lyta, the artist is a previous individual from the well known record name, YBNL, claimed by the celebrated indigenous rapper, Olamide. The Kwara State indigene became well known after he highlighted previous chief, Olamide, in a melody, ‘Time’.


Orulegbaja Quadri otherwise called DamyQue is a youthful Nigerian craftsman making significant moves in the Nigerian music industry. DammyQue who hails from Kwara state, started his profession at the young age of fifteen, being an extremely energetic and decided ability. He began with freestyles to well known instrumentals until he hit his first record manage the CEO of Thugluvin Records. Dammyque’s call to popularity started with his single ‘Yoo’ on which he highlighted Zlatan and Young John. A portion of his tunes incorporate ‘Funwoje’, ‘Hard core’ and ‘Muso’, all road bangers right up ’til the present time.

Odunsi (The Engine)

Lagos-brought up artist, Bowofoluwa Olufisayo Odunsi is an impossible to miss vocalist and Alté Movement character with fleeting tertiary training at a Ghanaian college in 2015.

Marked by Warner Music the entertainer purchased the core of Nigerians with his ‘Uncommon’ collection in 2018 including artistes like Santi (once in the past Ozzy B), Zamir and the remainder of the Alté folks. On the sweet track “Star Signs,” including the Afrobeats star Runtown, Odunsi wires great highlife songs with auto-tuned sections about becoming hopelessly enamored.

Lil Frosh

The indigenous rapper constructed himself a melodic base by transferring free-form recordings on Instagram then effectively earned a great deal of consideration.

Lil Frosh raps in the Yoruba language with clear and smooth streams, thinking of all around cooked punchlines. His notoriety rose after he had a joint effort with Nigerian road sensation, Small Doctor on a track labeled “Firi Yahoo”.


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