The Nigerian music industry is filled with many great talents and gifted individuals like- Daido, Wizkid, Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, Yemi Alade and others.
The industry which is arguably the most successful in Africa is set to experience a great change following the ‘fire’ young Nigerian music stars are bringing to the game.
It appears Nigeria will lead Africa Music for a very long time considering the new group of talents cropping up in addition to the big names already mentioned.
Kemi Filani News brings to you, “Young Nigerian music stars that will take over in 2021“
Temilade Openiyi better known as Tems has proved beyond reasonable doubt that she is here to stay. Her unique voice and kind of music gives her an edge over others. We are looking forward to Tems taking over in 2021.
Omah Lay, 23, introduced his immense talent to the national market with his record “Bad Influence” off his Get Layed EP in 2020.
His “Bad Influence” instantly became a big hit in Nigeria and the young lad registered his name among the hottest musicians in the country.
His next biggest song in his debut year in the Nigeria Music Industry is “Godly“.
The song instantly became an international hits and Omah Lay become a national music asset for Nigeria to join those who are already holding the mantle and exporting Nigerian music to the world.
Rema, a 20 years old Nigerian Afro Fusion musician became a music sensation in 2019.
With his talents and beautiful voice, Rema has become one of the biggest artists in Nigeria.
His songs “Ginger Me, Woman, and Dumebi” were international hits in 2020. In 2021, he will surely takeover.
Fire Boy DML
Adedamola Adefolahan professionally known as Fireboy DML is signed to Olamide’s YBNL.
He took the industry by the storm in the year 2019 after he had a breakthrough with his popular track, ‘Jealous’.
In 2020, his records like “Tattoo” and “Like I Do” were national hits and loved by many.
Fireboy DML has showed he’s out to grab and lead the Nigerian Music Industry in 2021.
Kemi Filani News presents you with the list of 10 Nigerian music artists to watch out for in 2021.
It's a new year, following the economic breakdown and social halt caused by the ravaging COVID-19 in 2020.
The list below comprises prediction of Nigerian stars that will go far and beyond in the year 2021 following their efforts in 2020. Enjoy below:
Liya is Davido's newest signee and DMW's first lady. Liya sounds like a combination of Tiwa Savage and Simi. She obviously sounds like she has lots of hits to offer and being in Davido's corner? She's about to blow, go ask Peruzi and others.
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has made the presentation of a valid National Identification Number (NIN) mandatory for all categories of vehicle registration.
This was confirmed by the Corps Public Education Officer, Bisi Kazeem, an Assistant Corps Marshal (ACM), in a statement last weekend in Abuja.
NAN reports that FRSC had begun compliance with this directive since December 21, 2020.
The Corps Marshal directed that all applicants for the National Driver’s Licence to present their NIN before they would be captured for any class of licence.
Kazeem said this was in full compliance with the directive of the Federal Government on the harmonisation of citizens’ data.
“The FRSC Corps Marshal, Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi, has also made...
Una no see Dangote bum bum – Nigerians slam Arewa Twitter for calling out actress Rahama over new photo
Nigerians have taken to social media to slam Arewa Twitter for calling out Kannywood star, Rahama Sadu over the new photo.
The backlash came after actress, Rahama shared a new photo with the caption "Rahama X Shabnam''. This did not sit well with some Muslims on the microblogging platform who decided to criticize her for showing off her shoulder.
Non- Islamic Nigerians have however called out the blatant hypocrisy and double standard portrayed by Muslim community revealing that they, Arewa twitter turned a blind eye to Dangote viral butt photo but decided to call out the actress over shoulder photo.
See exchange below
Homchyld wrote; "Allah Ubangiji ya shiryemu baki daya, but this not part of our religigio, I mean half of your...