Top 10 Nigerian Artistes That Should Be Way Bigger Than The Level They Are Now
Some artistes are too damn good but the industry has not really favored them to get to the level they ought to be.
They are known for dropping good songs and the most amazing thing is that the entire Nigerian music lovers acknowledge them as good musicians but only God knows why their career never levelled up to the quality of the music they put out.
For some of them, the problem is poor management while some are not just lucky or let’s just say they just need Grace.
Below Are Top 10 Artiste We Think Should Be Bigger Than The Level They Are Now;
He is no doubt a talented rapper under one of the biggest label in Nigeria.
By now, it is expected that Dremo would have grown so big enough to the point of getting recognized internationally as the hottest rapper in Nigeria.
Brymo makes some good music, songs that can send good signal down your spine when listening to them.
But unfortunately, the industry prefers to give attention to songs that can only offer dance values. This is not to say, there no music lovers who are fan of Brymo‘s alternative sound but the question is how many are they?
If Nigerian music lovers support Brymo as much as they appreciate his music, maybe he would have been a Grammy winner by now.
If Olamide can grow this big in the music industry, I wonder why Qdot is still taking the back seat like “student wey no no book”.
Qdot is fvcking talented as an indegineous singer, could it be that his reason for not having significant growth in the industry is because he has no packaging?
I wonder why Zlatan and Naira Marley are popping when we have jams like “Gbese“, Koshi Danu and other hot songs by Qdot.
This is another grossly underrated singer in the music industry. He’s got amazing vocals and he is lyrically blessed.
After making a huge debut into the music industry with smash hit single titled “Akube” and following it up with other mad jams, one would have thought he will be sitting comfortably in the B-list category of artistes in the music industry.
It’s quite suprising that he is still far behind!!
5. Kizz Daniel
From his days at G-worldwide till now, Kizz Daniel has always been on top of his game, it is only normal that he is competiting on the same level with Wizkid, Davido and Burna Boy now instead of being far behind them.
Meanwhile, we recently made a post about Kizz Daniel and the likely factors still keeping him behind.
6. Lil Kesh
He broke out into the mainstream the same rate at which Olamide was also accepted into the mainstream music scene and his name carried so much weight in the music industry while he was in YBNL.
No one actually predicted that leaving YBNL will dealth a big blow on Lil Kesh‘s music career. He managed to hold his ground a-year after YBNL exit but now, he is experiencing massive decline.
This is someone everyone expected to take-over Olamide’s wave in the music industry.
7. Maleek Berry
Maleek Berry is no doubt a very talented artiste.
When he was releasing songs like “Kontrol“, “Been Call and his massive contribution to Ycee’s song, “Juice“, it’s natural for one to think that he will be bigger that the level he is today.
8. Mz Kiss
It saddens my heart when I think about Mz Kissand her effort to become most sought-after female street act in the music industry.
If Mz Kiss had half of the support Tiwa Savage is getting now from other artistes in the music industry, maybe she would be bigger than she is now.
Her songs, “Braa“, “Owonikoko” among others explain how talented and hardworking Mz Kiss is.
This guy has done enough to be an Award winner by now.
After his song “Fall In love” with Mayorkun, he proved everyone that he is not a one-hit wonder when he dropped the solo-single “Nobody Fine Pass You“.
Hopefully, by 2020, T-Classic will bounce back bigger and better.
10. Reekado Banks
If not for his exit from Mavin Records, maybe Reekado Banks will probably be ahead of Mayorkun and Kizz Daniel right now.
It is crystal clear that Reekado Banks who is now a boss of his own is suffering from talent management issue. Only if Reekado Banks can get the same career management treatment like he got in Mavin, he might probably be a bigger artiste now.