The top 6 fast-rising musical artists we are going to watch out for this year are;
Nigerian Rapper, Blaqbonez who is signed to 100 Crowns, an imprint of Chocolate City, is one of the fast-rising musical artists to watch out for this year. This rapper has been making waves this year since he released his new EP, Sex Over Love. One of the songs making waves from the EP is Bling.
Nigerian singer, Buju who is signed to Trey Wavey, is one of the fast-rising musical artists to watch out for this year. Buju has been making waves in the industry after being linked with Burna Boy last year and currently his songs 'So Lovely' and 'Outside' his making waves online.
4. Superboy Cheque
Nigerian singer and rapper, Cheque is one of the fast-rising musical artists to watch out for this year. He has been making waves online after being announced by Phyno. His songs 'Zoom' and 'History' are currently one of the trending songs right now in Nigeria.
5. Ayra Starr
Nigerian Afro-pop, R&B, and soul singer, Ayra Starr is one of the fast-rising musical artists to watch out for this year. Ever since she was signed by Don Jazzy to Mavin Record, she has been making waves online from her songs 'Away' to 'Sare'.
Nigerian singer, Ruger who is currently signed to Jonzing World, an imprint of Mavin Record, is one of the fast-rising musical artists to watch out for this year. Ever since he was signed by The Prince, he has been making waves online.
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