As most people are aware, AKA is one of the most successful rappers not only in South Africa but throughout Africa. His name is mentioned alongside Fela Kuti and Burna Boy as one of Africa's best musicians. He has a long list of hits under his belt, including Fela in Versace, All Eyez On Me, and Sim Dope, to name a few.
We were young with celebrities as parents can imply auto-tutoring how to play and play celebrities, as well as for the most part, these people usually obtain the necessary support from their parents to start out a profession in the entertainment industry. Meet 6 Nigerian celebs whose parents are also celebrities:
Dumakude Ndlovu, a legendary dramatist and television producer, has been awarded a second honorary degree. The University of Zululand will award him a PhD in Creative Arts, which he will use to further his career. According to a statement from the university, this is in recognition of his enormous contribution to the creative arts sector.
1:Burna Boy is the first. Burna Boy is a Nigerian musician who has made quality jams that earned him recognition as the best African musician in 2021. Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu is known by his stage name, Burna Boy. On July 2nd, 1991, he was born as Mr. and Mrs. Ogulu in Ahaoda, Rivers State, Nigeria.
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Kareem Waris is a young artist at the age 12 years old and from Nigeria. He drew a sketch drawing Macron the President of France and was made the portrait in just 2 hours, during his visit to the Fela Kuti‘s New Africa Shrine in Lagos, Nigeria. President Macron was impressed and touched by Olamilekan’s work that he tweeted a short video featuring the young boy drawing. He drew the French President Emmanuel Macron in just two hours and the president was impressed with work. His inspirations comes from his
It’s the lure of the double bass that holds you before the trumpet blows you away, simply magic where sound stubbornly demand your full attention. Usually with jazz I gyrate or swing to the prowess of how an artist commands sound’s arrangements, others go deeper in search of the philosophical meaning of every note in a song or set. This piece Molo Sisi by Mandisi Dyantyi cements his undeniable talent and love for sound, particularly jazz’s sound. I will be dishonest if I profess to be a connoisseur of
Fela Kuti stays Nigeria’s maximum famous musician. He pioneered Afrobeat – a genre mixing jazz, funk, psychedelic rock, conventional West African chant and rhythms – into conscious track inside the 60s and 70s. Fela’s track maintains to stay these days throughout the continents. Well-known for pairing his tune with politics and with human rights activism, Fela, who handed in 1997, stood against Nigeria’s navy dictators, often at awesome personal fee to his own family and band individuals. His art
Fela’s Afrobeat Afrobeat(s) has been a term that has many people excited and confused at the same time. Why, you ask? Well, because the origin of Afrobeat came from Nigerian legend Fela Kuti, a genre in which he pioneered in the late 70’s. Not to mention the Black Panther movement in America inspired Fela’s music which lead to lyrics that criticized political and social injustices. This distinct Western African sound has now evolved and become a catalyst for African pop music today. However this is just
....One of the constant things in life is change; so is the listing and de-listing of Forbes Top 10 Richest African Musicians. When it comes to music Africa is in the fore front and its musicians are always remembered in the world. In the words of the Legendary African musician Fela Kuti, who believed that music is a spirit, states " Getting to the top of the ladder requires more than good vibes and lyrics, but the combination of the invisible and visible. These artist on this year's list have found a way to
Fela Kuti's nomination is a notable one, but it's long overdue the Nigerian Legend could be the first solo African artist to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.Fela Kuti While Fela Kuti's nomination to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame further reenforces his never ending influence.
Afrobeat pioneer, Fela Kuti has been nominated for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for 2021. The legendary Nigerian musician made this year's list of nominees more than two decades after his passing. Fela Kuti leads Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominee list as Nigerians amass votes for the Afrobeat pioneer. and the late legend has already amassed over 80,000+ votes! With American singer and icon Tina Turner following closely behind with 59,000+ votes of her own. The five artists with the most votes