Here is a Huge Popular Nigerian Musicians

Wizkid

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Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun also known professionally as Wizkid is a Nigerian musician and singer.

He started making music at the age 11 and has released a joint record with Glorious Five which made up of a few of his church buddies established.

2. Davido

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David Adedeji Adeleke, popularly called Davido is a Nigerian American musician, singer recording producer, and songwriter. Davido mixes tradition African elements with modern day pop.

3. Burna Boy

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Damini Ebunoluwa Oluwa, also better known by his stage name Burna Boy is a Nigerian musician and rapper.

He is among the most popular and popular African musicians.

He gained acclaim in 2012 when he released “Like to Party”, the single that he released from his debut album L.I.F.E.

4. Olamide

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Olamide Gbenga Adedeji also known popularly as Olamide is an Nigerian hip hop artist.

He is among the most famous and popular artists from Africa. He is a recording artist in Yoruba as well as English.

In 2011 the singer-songwriter released his debut album, Rapsodi, while he was being signed to Coded Tunes.

5. D’banj

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Oladapo Daniel Oladapo Oyebanjo (also known as D’banj as his stage name, is a Nigerian rapper, singer businessman and the co-founder Mo’Hit Records along with music producer Don Jazzy.

6. 2Baba

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Innocent Ujah Idibia, known as the stage name 2Baba is Nigerian musician as a singer, songwriter, record producer Entrepreneur, philanthropist, entrepreneur activist and humanitarian.

Prior to July 2014 2Baba was known as the stage name 2face Idibia. 2Baba has been the first recipient from MTV Europe, Best African Act Award in 2015.

7. Don Jazzy

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Michael Collins Ajereh, known professionally as Don Jazzy, is a Nigerian record producer Brand Ambassador an audio engineer, record executive and entrepreneur.

He is also a singer as well as a Comedian, Influencer and. He is the co-founder and chief executive officer of Mavin Records.

Don Jazzy was co-owner of Mo’ Hits Records, which was later shut down. Records record label along with Dbanj.

8. Tiwa Savage

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Tiwa Savage is an American-Nigerian artist, singer, and actress.

Her birthplace was in Isale Eko She moved to London at 11 years old to pursue her secondary schooling.

After five years she began her singing career as a backup singer for musicians like George Michael and Mary J. Blige.

9. Flavour N’abania

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Chinedu Okoli, better known by his stage name Flavour N’abania or simply Flavour, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

He started his career as a drummer in the local church. Flavour is well-known throughout Africa as well as around the world for the hit track “Nwa Baby”.

10. Phyno

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Chibuzo Nelson Azubuike called Phyno Fino is Nigerian rapper who is a singer, songwriter, and producer of records.

He began his music career as producer in 2003 and is known for his performing raps using his native Igbo language.

The album he released as his debut studio album No Guts No Glory was released in the year 2014.

11. Falz

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Folarin Falana who is more well-known as Falz, his stage name Falz is a Nigerian musician, rapper, and actor who started his professional career in secondary school when he formed the group “The School Boys” with his friend prior to when his professional life as a musician artist started in the year 2009.

12. Timaya

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Inetimi Timaya Odon, better known by his stage name Timaya, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter.

He hails from Odi, Bayelsa state.

He is the founder of DM Records Limited. His solo career began in 2005 with the release of “Dem Mama”, which also appeared on his debut album, True Story released the following year.

13. M.I

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Jude Lemfani Abaga, better known as M.I Abaga is a Nigerian artist as well as record producer.

His fame exploded in 2006 after his hit song “Crowd Mentality” became popular in Jos, Nigeria.

The album that he released as his debut Talk About It was released in the year 2008. The LP was followed in 2009 by MI 2: The Movie.

14. Aṣa

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Bukola Elemide, popularly referred to as Asa is a Nigerian-French performer, songwriter and recording artist.

15. Banky W.

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Olubankole Wellington, who is called the nickname on stage as Banky W and credited in film as Banky Wellington, is a Nigerian rapper, singer actor, entrepreneur, actor and politician.

16. Patoranking

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Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie, better known as the stage name Patoranking is an Nigerian reggae-dancehall musician and singer.

The native of Ijegun Egba Satellite Town Patoranking is from Onicha, Ebonyi State.

17. Naira Marley

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Azeez Adeshina Fashola, also known by his stage name Naira Marley, is a Nigerian-born British singer and songwriter. He is the leader of his controversial fan base, the “Marlians”.

18. Kcee

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Kingsley Chinweike Okonkwo, better known as Kcee, is a Nigerian musician and singer.

He was once part of Kc Presh, a Hip Hop duo group called Kc Presh.

He hails originally from Amaputu in Uli in the Ihiala Local Government Area of Anambra State Nigeria.

He is currently in the middle of a recording contract for his band Five Star Music.

19. Tekno Miles

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Augustine Miles Kelechi, popularly called Tekno is a Nigerian musician and singer.

20. Ycee

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Oludemilade Martin Alejo referred to professionally as Ycee is an Nigerian rapper as well as a musician and singer.

The rapper gained fame through his hit song “Condo” featuring vocals by Patoranking which received him two nominations in the Nigeria Entertainment Awards of 2015.

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21. Fireboy DML

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Adedamola Adefolahan is also known as Fireboy DML is a Nigerian musician.

He is contracted to YBNL Nation, a record label that was founded by Nigerian rapper Olamide.

The album he released as his debut studio album Laughter, Tears and Goosebumps was released in the year 2019.

22. Ice Prince

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Panshak Henry Zamani. popularly referred to in the guise of Ice Prince, is a Nigerian actor and rapper.

He became famous following the release of “Oleku” as one of Nigeria’s most remixed tracks in history. He was the winner of in 2009 the Hennessy Artistry Club Tour.

The album that he released as his debut studio album Everybody Loves Ice Prince was released in 2011.

23. Tems

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Temilade Openiyi, more popularly known as the stage name Tems is a Nigerian singer from Nigeria. 

She was awarded the two US top 40 spots in the Billboard Hot 100, with her collaboration with Drake on the track “Fountains” .

24. Yemi Alade

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Yemi Eberechi is Nigerian Afropop singer, songwriter actor, and activist.

She was crowned the winner of the Peak Talent Show in 2009 and then signed with Effyzzie Music Group, and became a big hit with her hit single “Johnny” in 2014.

25. Ebenezer Obey

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Ebenezer Obey Commandor, also known as the “Chief Commander” is a Nigerian Juju musician from Nigeria.2

26. Teniola Apata

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Teniola Apata, born 23 December better known as Teni, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter and entertainer.

27. Bella Shmurda

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Akinbiyi Abiola Ahmed popularly known by the stage name of Bella Shmurda is a Nigerian singer.

His fame was boosted by the release of the track “Vision 2020” and an accompanying remix that included Nigeria singer Olamide.

28. Chidinma

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Chidinma Ekile, also known as Chidinma is Chidinma is a Nigerian gospel artist and songwriter.

She ascended to fame when she won three seasons of Project Fame West Africa.

29. J. Martins

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Martins Okechukwu Justice, popularly known as J. Martins, his pseudonym J. Martins, is a Nigerian musician who is a singer, songwriter, and producer.

Most famous for his songs “Oyoyo” “Jupa” along with “Good or Good Or” J. Martins is also known for being featured in the hit song of P-Square, “E No Easy”.

30. Obesere

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Abass Akande Obesere who is also called Omo Rapala is from Ibadan which is the biggest city of Western Nigeria. Popular Fuji artist, the Obesere made himself into spotlight by his unique style of music and slangs use that has his fans in the midst of a frenzy.

31. Rudeboy

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Paul Okoye, who is more popularly known as Rudeboy is a Nigerian musician, singer, and producer of records.

He gained fame in the late 2000s when he was an artiste in the P-Square group with their identical twin brother Peter Okoye.

32. Reminisce

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Remilekun Khalid Safaru, also known by his stage name Reminisce as well as Alaga Ibile, is a Nigerian multifaceted singer, musician, rapper, songwriter as well as actor, hailing born in Ogun State. 

He has perfected the art of performing both in English as well as the language he is native to, Yoruba.

33. Kizz Daniel

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Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe, better known as the screen name Kizz Daniel is a Nigerian music producer and singer.

The most popular of his songs are his songs “Woju” as well as “Yeba”. He was known as the stage name of Kiss Daniel prior to changing the name in May 2018.

34. Rema

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Divine Ikubor, known professionally as Rema is a Nigerian rapper and singer.

His fame was boosted by the release of the track “Iron Man” that was featured in the Obama’s summer playlist. In the year 2019, He signed a recording deal to Jonzing World, a subsidiary of Mavin Records.

35. K1 De Ultimate

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K1 De Ultimate is a Nigerian Fuji-based musician.

He was the first to popularize a genre of the fuji genre , based in the style of Fuji’s creator, Ayinde Barrister.

He is referred to as Talazo fuji, which appeals to all ages regardless of tribe and background.

36. Zlatan

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Omoniyi Temidayo Raphaelalso popularly known as Zlatan Ibile, is a Nigerian musician, rapper musician, songwriter, musician, and dancer. Originating from Ijurin Ekiti, Ijero local government areain Ekiti state.

He is also the CEO and the founder Zanku Records. Zanku records.

37. Waconzy

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Obinna Kelvin Anyanwu, also known by the stage name Waconzy is a performer as well as songwriter, record producer and philanthropist who has roots within Umuahia, Abia State.

He is the creator of Dv8 Media and the Waconzy Foundation. He gained fame in 2010 thanks to his hit track “I Celebrate” that was featured in his I Celebrate album.

38. LADIPOE

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Ladipo Eso is also named Ladipoe also known as Poe is an Nigerian musician from Nigeria.

On the 28th of February, 2017 Ladipoe has signed an album agreement for Mavin Records.

Ladipoe gained fame through the hit song “Feel Okay” which was mentioned on SDC “Show Dem Camp”.

39. CDQ

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Sodiq Abubakar Yasuf, more commonly known as the stage name CDQ is Nigerian indigenous hip-hop artist and songwriter who is best famous for his hit single “Nowo E Soke” featuring Wizkid and Masterkraft’s Indomie which he performed with Olamide.

40. Sade Adu

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Helen Folasade Adu CBE, also known by the name of Sade Adu or simply Sade is a Nigerian-born British musician, singer and actress.

She is well-known as the main singer of her own band.

A few of the more popular British female artists in the history of music her name is often cited as a major influencer on modern music.

41. Naeto C

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Naetochukwu Chikwe, also known as Naeto C is Nigerian artist, rapper Afrobeat performer and producer.

42. A-Q

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Gilbert Bani, popularly known as A-Q, his stage name is a Nigerian singer and rapper.

His track “Agu Ji Ndi Men” was nominated for Best Rap Single at The Headies 2016.

43. Patience Ozokwor

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Patience Ozokwor, born 14 September 1958 was a Nigerian fashion designer, musician as well as a gospel singer and actress. 

She was awarded the Best Supporting Actress 2012 and 2013 awards during the 10th Africa Movie Academy Awards.

44. Omah Lay

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Stanley Omah Didia, better known as Omah Lay is a Nigerian artist, singer, and producer.

Omah Lay debuted his own self-produced debut song “Do not Refuse to Disturb” in April of this year.

He was awarded the award for Next Rated during the 2020 Headies Awards.

45. Vector

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Olanrewaju Ogunmefun, better known as his stage name Vector is a Nigerian musician and rapper.

The artist has recorded three albums including State of Surprise and The Second Coming.

As a prelude to his next recording album debuted the mixtape Bar Racks.

46. CKay

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Chukwuka Ekweani popularly known as Ckay, his pseudonym Ckay and is an Nigerian musician, singer and record producer who is signed by Warner Music South Africa.

He was previously associated with Chocolate City, a member of Warner Music Group independent label services ADA.

47. Seyi Shay

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Deborah Oluwaseyi Joshua, professionally known as Seyi Shay, is a Nigerian musician, singer and actress.

She composed and recorded three tracks for the soundtrack of the video game by Konami Crime Life: Gang Wars.

She also composed “You Are Seeing” the song that was released in Melanie C’s album of the same name. Beautiful Intentions.

48. Wande Coal

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Oluwatobiwande Ojosipe, also known as wande coal is a Nigerian musician and singer. song writer.

49. P-Square

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P-Square is an Nigerian music duo made up of twin brothers Peter Okoye and Paul Okoye.

They release and produce their albums via Square Records. In December 2011 they signed a record agreement in partnership with the Akon Konvict Muzik label.

On May 12, 2012 P-Square announced a release distribution agreement together with Universal Music Group.

50. Phyno

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Chibuzo Nelson Azubuike called Phyno Fino is an Nigerian rapper who is a singer, songwriter, and producer of records.

He began his career as producer in 2003 and is well-known for his singing using his native Igbo language.

The debut album of his No Guts No Glory was released in the year 2014.

Here is a Huge Popular Nigerian Musicians

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