The Nigerian music industry over the last decade has been graced with quite a number of talented artist who (at that time) made a name and fortune out of the good jamz they release, but obviously most of these artist found it difficult to maintain that status because today we hear little or nothing about them not that they will remain there forever but…. Whatever happened to them? Here are few musicians we barely see on our screen today…
Whatever happened to
Bigiano officially released his first album called “Shayo Master” in 2008, which was a huge success and a Mega Hit across Africa. He shot his first official music video in Johannesburg in 2009. The song has made him a superstar and an A-list artist in Nigeria. The success of his album earned him the stage name “Shayo Master” and he has been described as one of a few African artistes with remarkable vocal skills.
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One of his single that shacked the whole Nigeria is Angel of My Life which was released in early 2000.The music captivated the heart of many Nigerians and non Nigerian alike. In one of his interviews, he said that one thing that encouraged him in his earlier days of his career was one call she received from a Canadian young lady, according to him, the young lady encouraged and implored him not to lose focus on his career.
In February 2006, they released their highly anticipated 11 track debut album “Expressions”. The spectacular, star-studded album launch in Abuja and Lagos was rumored to have cost over N10 million (about $75,000) making it the most expensive album launch in Nigerian history.
Anthony Olanrewaju Awotoye better known as Tony Tetuila is an Afrohiphop artist from Nigeria. . Formerly a member of The Remedies (along with Eedris Abdulkareem and Eddy Montana), he split with the group and was successful as a solo artist. Although Tony has been absent from the Nigerian music scene, he emerged in 2014 running as a politician for Kwara State’s House of Assembly under APC party.
They became the most popular Hiplife group in Ghana. In 2000, they released their second album, Ye De Aba, which was more successful than their first album. After the second album, Friction felt that it was his time to work as an individual artist and quit the group. The group now had three members (Promzy, Prodigal and Lazzy) and released a third album in 2001 called Lumbe Lumbe Lumbe with the smashing hit “Daben na Odo Beba”.
Any latest news about all these artist.