The Nigerian music industry is filled with talented musicians doing what they know how to do best, which is recording songs in order to make that hit that will make them popular, while many artists look forward to recording party songs to help them make the breakthrough in their careers, the onus of some artist becoming quite famous with a song they had recorded has been through recording a love or heartbreaking song and artists who have seen a song about love or heartbreak giving them a huge level of fame include:
Yemi Alade, Johnny: this was a popular song by Yemi Alade, which was released in 2014, the song is centered on a playboy called Johnny, who had escapade with various women, till he got caught on his cheating ways, you know how heartbreaking it could be for a woman to discover that the man she is dating is cheating? That was the same emotion Yemi Alade had to face as she made the discovery on the track.
Klever Jay, Koni Koni love: this is a song by Klever Jay, which he featured Danny Young, the song was centered about a girl playing with his emotions which he tagged as '' cunning love '' he inquired on the track why his love interest keeps playing with his emotions and concluded by stating that he has been begging for her love for a long time now, and if she doesn't love him she should just go.
Omah Lay, Bad Influence: this is a song which is really emotional, as the Damn crooner sang about the consequences of loving a woman who weights so much influence over him to the point of him drinking and smoking too much that it affected his liver, he compared the feeling he got to him being lost in '' Sambisa '' a dreadful forest, as he was such in a bad place according to the song, which is heartbreaking for the consequences of loving a girl.
Ric Hassani, Thunder Fire You: this is one song that many people love, as it seem to curse out those who had broken a heart, Ric Hassani in his lyrics sang about how thunder should fire his partner for all the time she cheated, lie and toyed with his emotions, the song really made Ric famous, as many people could identify with his sound.
Tiwa Savage, Kele Kele Love: This song was recorded by number one African bad girl, Tiwa Savage in 2003, this song is centered on how a love interest thinks she is cheap and just wants to get her like any other girl, which can be heartbreaking, but she took her stance, as a woman of value that will not be dragged into a romance that isn't special, which can be troubling and heartbreaking.
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