The Nigerian entertainment industry boast of a good number of a talented artist who also at some point in their musical career went into acting and they sure did well in their acting role.
Reminisce: The popular Nigerian rapper gave an outstanding performance in his role as Makanaki, who was a villain in the 2018 movie King of Boys.
Falz: Falz the bad guy starred in the Jennifer Diary which earned him an AMVCA award and he has also showcased his acting skills in several movies afterward.
Tiwa Savage: The number one African bad girl has made an appearance in a few Nollywood movies, she was featured in an episode of the Jennifer Diary and she also starred in MTV's sugar.
Chidinma: The beautiful singer is another Nigerian artist who starred in a Nollywood production back in 2017 in the movie Bridge.
David: The omo Babaolowo himself has made a good number appearance in movies. His most recent appearance was in the Hollywood movie Coming to America, he has also starred in the Fate of Alakada and Legend of sixty.
Simi: The beautiful Nigerian artist got her fans excited when she starred in the 2019 movie titled Mokalik.
Banky W: Banky made his first appearance in acting in the movie Wedding Party and he also gave an outstanding performance in the movie Up North.
Yemi Alade: The energetic singer gave her fans a glimpse of how good she could be as an actress when she starred in the movie Omo Ghetto ( the saga).
Waje: The beautiful mother of one is another Nigerian artist who decided to try her acting talent when she starred in the movie Fifty.
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