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GN List!! 5 Nigerian Artist’s whose career is already Fading and could die before 2023

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As the world revolves, the world of music industry also revolves at time goes. we’ve seen some artist who came and just went because they weren’t consistent and they just couldn’t understand how the music industry works. An inconsistent artist cannot thrive in the music industry.“People Rise, People Fall” that’s just the quote.

Some artists think with the little acclaimed popularity they have gained, they have become a top artist and get floated away and begin fading. They start releasing wack songs and thier fans keep on decreasing. To cut the long story shor, quickly take a look at the list of musicians who are no more in thier prime.

Skales

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The “Shake Body” crooner has been in the music industry for over a decade and still has an issue sticking to a niche, he was signed to EME alongside Afrobeat legend Wizkid. He needs to stick to either singing or rapping.

Skales Needs To Embrace Dynamism To Distinguish Himself in This Competitive Industry.

Just Maybe Wizkid Can Also Come Through For Young Skales By Doing A Good Song To Put Him Back On The Map.

KOKER

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Mr. Koker dropped “Kole werk’ and we as a whole vibed intensely to the melody. In any case, what now, Koker has not had the option to give us a legitimate jam since “Kole werk”.

Sean Tizzle

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With songs like “Shole“, Perfect Gentleman” and his solid debut album “The Journey” which was the best album in 2014 Sean Tizzle was no doubt a hitmaker in his days.

His buzz dropped immensely in 2016 and since then he has struggled to make a comeback even though he has released songs like Lotto, Contagious, Gyal Dem but none of those songs made wave maybe as a result of bad management or the song doesn’t meet up the standard he started with.

Reekado Banks

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Nigerian artist, Reekado Banks used to be with Mavin Records, a mark possessed by Don Jazzy. His profession took an unpleasant turn the second the made that move. He right now appears to be temperamental in his profession and this may bring about an extraordinary fall.


There you have it!! Top 5 list of Nigerian artists whose career may fade totally before 2023

Which of this Artists would you want back in their prime?

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