In this article, we are going to discuss which of these artist have the capacity and talent to melt your heart when it comes to music. Flavour or Phyno? Feel free to air your views in the comment section.
Flavour and Phyno are two talented Nigerian Igbo artist. They attach so much importance to language and culture. They are the real definition of talent and cuteness. Flavour specialises in highlife and Igbo cultural music while Phyno is an icon in rapping with Igbo language and Nigerian Pidgin English.
Chinedu Okoli better known by his Stage name as Flavour N'abania or simply Flavour is a Nigerian song writer, performer, singer and a multi-instrumentalist. He is well known for his songs which flows fluently in Igbo language. Many people in Nigeria and abroad is aware of flavour's impressive vocal, his energetic dancing skills that makes people especially ladies fall in love with him at first sight. He have special skills in showering praises on African Women.
According to the report from Buzz Nigeria, Flavour sees music as a way of life, rather than a career, which he always display in some of his music videos like Nnekata, Golibe, Ada Ada, Ijele, Mmege, Igbo Amaka, black is beautiful, virtuous Woman and many others.
Sometimes after listening to songs by Flavour, I will feel like blushing because of his voice, fine face, dancing skills, and most importantly, the lyrics and erotic songs. His music have a great cultural influence.
Below are few pictures of the highlife musician.
When we talk about Chibuzo Nelson Azubuike known by his Stage name as Phyno, he is a Nigerian rapper, singer, song writer, he is renowned for rapping in Igbo language and also a record Producer.
Phyno seems to have come on the scene with a bang, dishing out a unique brand of Igbo hip-hop and rap. His songs feature virtually everyone, from those on the streets, to club bangers. Majority of his albums was recorded in Igbo language and Nigerian Pidgin. Phyno told Joan Omionawle and Netwon-Ray Ukwuoma of the Nigerian Tribune that rapping in his native language is his strong suit.
Phyno showed his talent in rapping with Igbo language and Nigerian Pidgin in some of his songs like Fada Fada, Connect, Financial Woman, onye oma, pino pino, zamo zamo, the bag, e sure for me, ka anyi na ayo and many other songs that will activate your dancing mode.
Below are few pictures of the rap Icon.
If I am asked which of them will steal my heart with music, I will go for flavour because I am a woman and we enjoy being showered with praises.
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