Music is one of the most beautiful ways of express our feelings, thoughts and emotions. Nigerian love songs are among the most beautiful you'll ever hear. They talk about love tales in a Nigerian perspective.
It has become common to see Nigerian singers dedicate songs to their relationships. In this piece, I will enumerate 4 Nigerian singers who have dedicated songs to their wives.
1. Banky W:
He is a famous Nigerian Musician, who is widely called "Mr Capable". He is talented and ever ready to make songs out of a mere thought.
In 2016, he released a smash song known as "Made for you", which he included and dedicated to his wife, Adesua Etomi. Untill he proposed to her in 2017, people didn't know who the love song was meant for.
2. Adekunle Gold:
Adekunle and his wife, Simi are both famous musicians. Simi composed a song titled; Take me back, and they both featured in it.
In the song, they both assured each other of their undying love. They made a promise to stay together in love.
3. Innocent Idibia (2face):
2Baba, as he is popularly called, released a song in 2013, titled; Rainbow. This song was dedicated to his wife, Annie Idibia. In the song, he reaffirmed his love for his wife, after several years of being in relationship with her..
He also made sure both their white and traditional weddings were featured in a music video.
4. Timi Dakolo:
He is a Nigerian Vocalist and a husband to Bisola Dakolo. Bisola is an inspiration behind her husband, songs. Sometime ago, he released a song titled, "Iyawo mi".
This song became a must-have on every wedding playlist. It's a well crafted love letter.
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