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  • ...own by his stage names '''Zubillionaire''' and '''Zubi Da Gr8est''' is a [[Nigerian]] rapper, singer, [[radio personality]] and music producer. He began his br ...ut-out Show'', ''Sunday At The Rhythm''. Wokocha has interviewed prominent Nigerian personalities such as [[2face Idibia]], [[Kate Henshaw]], Emeka Ike, Moden
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  • ...ssdate=2014-03-17}}</ref> better known by his stage name '''Obiwon''' is a Nigerian [[singer]], [[musician]], and [[evangelism|evangelist]]. ...ackson]], [[R. Kelly]], [[Boyz II Men]], [[Alicia Keys]], [[John Legend]], Nigerian [[highlife]] artists such as the late maestros [[Osita Osadebe]] and [[Cele
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  • Gerald Milton is from Abia in the Igbo Nation; Born to Retired Nigerian Naval Commodore M.O Nwosu and Princess Adanma Nwosu.He spent his early year | SHORT DESCRIPTION = Nigerian musician
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  • http://www.post-nigeria.com/naija-sings-first-winner-puts-nigerian-artistes-on-their-toes-speaks-on-his-comeback-other-major-surprises/</ref> ...release/</ref>. He released his first single “Gbedu” featuring popular Nigerian rapper Sasha P and later attended the [[Channel O Music Awards]] in [[South
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  • ...Ibeanusi''', 19 June 1988), and sometimes referred to as Onyeckerous, is a Nigerian rapper, singer, songwriter, author, poet,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://hype9ja ...ed on top Nigerian blogs like saharareporters.com, Omojuwa.com and various Nigerian newspapers. Kerous drew attention when he released his single titled "More"
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  • '''David Eze''' and also known as '''Dixlow''' (born August 3, 1988) is a Nigerian [[Musician]], [[writer]], [[Entrepreneur]].'<ref>http://twitter.com/iamdixl | SHORT DESCRIPTION = She is a Nigerian Musician, ICT Expert and Entrepreneur.
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  • ...etter known by his stage name '''Erigga''', is a [[Demographics of Nigeria|Nigerian]] rapper from [[Delta State]]. He rose to prominence with his song "Wild Wi | SHORT DESCRIPTION = Nigerian singer
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  • ...e call him '''Supa Dupa Nigg''', while others call him '''Awah'''. He is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, record producer and philanthropist. His music cuts acr Nigerian born music star and philanthropist set sail in the music industry in 2008 a
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  • ...so known as Chimaobi Chijioke Collins Ebirim (born April 20, 1990)[1] is a Nigerian rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer and actor. He was born and rais ...gle titled "Bamilole" which was positively accepted majorly by students in Nigerian universities. he signed his first music contract with Freashboiz Movement E
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  • ...for performances alongside international and big local musicians including Nigerian [[Davido]]'s and curtain raising for Jamaican born singer [[Christopher Mar [[:Category:Ugandan male singers]]
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  • ...'' (born 1st April 1976), known by his stage name '''Capital Femi''', is a Nigerian-born singer songwriter. His music is a fusion of [[Pop music|pop]], [[afro] | SHORT DESCRIPTION = Nigerian Singer
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  • ...s single titled "Tubu Tubu", which features vocals from [[Brymo]] at the [[Nigerian Breweries]] organised Star Trek event.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.notju * [[List of Nigerian musicians]]
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  • ...io [Week 20]|url=http://pulse.ng/buzz/playdata-radio-chart-top-10-songs-on-nigerian-radio-week-20-id5066206.html|accessdate=3 September 2016}}</ref> [[Category:Nigerian singer-songwriters]]
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  • ...985), Better known by his stage name '''[[Www.ympros.com|De Boss]]''' is a Nigerian Rapper, singer, songwriter and producer with a diverse musical style mix [[Category:Nigerian male singers]]
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  • ...pril 2017}}</ref> better known by his [[stage name]] '''Dice Ailes''' is a Nigerian [[singer]], [[songwriter]] and [[rapper]]. He currently has a record deal w ...2/mayorkun-terry-apala-dice-ailes-wins-headies-2016-rookie-year/|website=[[Nigerian Entertainment Today]]|accessdate=27 April 2017|date=19 December 2016}}</ref
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  • ...o until he released "Oluwa_loshe", a single that quickly became popular in Nigerian Universities. In 2015, he was nominated in the Best New Act to Watch catego ...le titled "Lyrically" which was positively accepted majorly by students in Nigerian universities.[5] Through Anjelemawo Nation, 2shy released "Ipdp_Skunk", a s
    9 KB (1,180 words) - 11:10, 16 July 2016
  • ...orn 11 December 1992), better known by his stage name '''MoFizzay''', is a Nigerian recording artist, songwriter, performer and producer. Discovering his talen ...oducer Samklef’s “NONILLIONAIRE ANTHEM” which also features US based Nigerian rapper “IZ”, a song that helped the young star immensely. . .a collabor
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  • ...lisher=NAIJ|date=20 October 2015}}</ref> better known as '''Koker''', is a Nigerian singer and songwriter. He currently has a record deal with [[Chocolate City ...hart {{!}} The Beat 99.9 FM|url=http://www.thebeat99.com/chart/alternative-nigerian-30-09-2015|website=[[The Beat 99.9 FM]]|publisher=[[The Beat 99.9 FM]]|acce
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  • ...Oyewole''' (born 23 March 1985), known as '''Blaccode''', is a [[Nigerians|Nigerian]] hip hop recording artist from [[Ile Oluji/Okeigbo|Ile-Oluji]], [[Ondo Sta [[Category:Nigerian singer-songwriters]]
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  • ...dapper in newly-released snaps|url=http://thenet.ng/2016/04/ukraine-based-nigerian-singer-korrekt-looks-dapper-in-newly-released-snaps/ |publisher=TheNet news * [[List of Nigerian musicians]]
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