Chinedu Ikoli (better known as Flavour Nabania) a multi talented musical artiste with numerous awards to his name has finally given his fans a new look. For more than 10 years, the iconic singer was known to keep his well acclaimed dreadlocks.
However, this changed over the weekend as photos emerging from his Instagram handle showed that he had a recent visit to his hair stylist (simply put, Barber) who gave him this sweet and sumptuous look.
From the start of his musical career, his dreadlocks had been his signature look as you could spot him from afar. Known for his fashion taste and also his love for beautiful things, the artiste again did not fail to deliver.
We are still anticipating something hot as we believe something is cooking in the studio. He had dropped hit songs in the past and they include: Ada, Adama, Golibe, Sexy Rose, Dance and a host of others. What do you think of his new hairstyle, trendy or trashy? Let's hear your comments in the comment sections below.
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