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2 Things Flavour Is Doing In His Music & Videos Most People Are Not Paying Attention To

Popular Nigerian singer and instrumentalist, Chinedu Okoli popularly known as Flavour N'abania is one of the most popular and influential musicians from the East who has made fame internationally.

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Many people play his song because he's a talented singer and knows how to flow with the rhythm of music but most people are not paying attention to some of the lessons Flavour is passing out using his music and videos.

In this article, I will be sharing with you 2 things or lessons Flavour is doing in his music and videos most people are not paying attention to.

1. Flavour is internationally recognized and using his Influence, he is promoting the Igbo culture, language, and history using his music.

At least, 70% of music tracks produced by Flavour are done using the Igbo language which promotes it worldwide. The beat in the songs and videos are done mostly using Igbo musical instruments to promote the beautiful culture of the Igbo people.

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In one of his popular tracks, he also touched on the history of Igbo land where he mentioned the old Biafra nation. In his latest song titled "Levels", he brought many Igbo men together in the video to signify unity and progress among the Igbo people.

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2. Flavour has also used his music as a way to help reduce the rate of body shaming in the society especially on women facing the issue.

Flavour has preached about body positivity and against body shaming against women especially people who judge women because of their look and size. In one of his tracks titled "Looking Nyash", he talked about people judging women over their size and saying every size matters.

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