A pastor is a spiritual overseer or a leader of a Christian congregation. Most people, especially in this part of the world believes that children of pastors automatically are well cultured and mannered.
Some of Nigerian musicians are sons and daughters of pastors, most of them are from Christian family and some reveals that their music started in church like Rema, Flavour, Simi etc.
Now, how will their parent feel about the fact that their children are doing secular music. Some might support the chosen ambition of their children, some might not and some may later support them at the long run.
The top musicians listed below happen to be one of the children of a pastors in Nigeria
1. Zlantan Ibile
The "zanku" crooner himself is a son of a pastor. Omoniyi Temidayo Raphael was born on December 19, 1994. He attended Moshood Abiola Polytechnic. He has gained recognition with is fascinating dance step "leg work" or "Zanku dance" as some people may call it.
2. Reekado Banks
Rekky baby is also a son of a pastor. Ayoleyi Solomon was born on 6 December, 1993. He rose to fame after signing to Mavin's record label owned by Don Jazzy. He is a son of a CAC pastor, I can testify to this because while I was in secondary school his father was our school pastor. His father is a pastor of CAC (Oke Igbala) located at Owutu, Agric, Ikorodu Lagos State as at that time.
Keshinro Ololade popularly know as lil Kesh is a Nigerian singer, rapper and song writer born on 14 march, 1994. He rose to fame after his hit song "Shoki" and the dance step when he was still at YBNL record label owned by Olamide Badoo.
Gabriel Oche Amanyi who goes by the stage name Terry G is a son to a pastor. He's a singer and song writer. No wonder in his songs you'll always see him carrying bell.
Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo who is popularly known as D bank was born on 9 June 1980. The kokomaster himself is also a pastor's son.
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