15 Nigerian Female Artistes We Would Love To Make A BIG Comeback

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The Music industry in Nigeria has evolved rapidly to what it is today. A decade ago we had several amazing Nigerian female artistes who released banging hits that people danced to, and they did that without showing so much skin like most female artistes we see today. The question is where are these ladies now?

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A couple of them still have their old songs played once in a while but they are no more active in the scene. We would love to hear new songs from them as their voice has been dearly missed. Here are some of the Nigerian female artistes we would love to make a big come back:

1. Ego Ogbaro

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Ego Started singing from childhood and joined Lagbaja in 1994 as a backup vocalist. But we all know her sonorous voice made the mask man popular, with hits like Konko Below, Nothing for you and Never far away, Ego became a household name.

The Benin State born singer whose dad is Ibo and mum, Yoruba, along the line set up her band called Indigo, after she had worked with Lagbaja for twelve years.

Although she released an album afterward, it didn’t make much waves, even with her as a GLO ambassador. Ego’s voice is not one that should go to waste or unheard, we look forward to having her back on top with bigger hits than Konko below.

2. Kel

 Kel

Kelechi Ohia AKA Kel is well-known for her debut single “Wa Wa Alright.” After which she released her album – The Investment. A few years later she released a single with W4 titled “Give It To Me.” It was a hit banger, but Kel went quiet after that.

Rumour had it that she had some misunderstanding with the boss of her record label, Clarence Peters. However, in a recent interview, the sensational rapper said she now owns a record label and was working on a few projects. Kel! Your fans are still waiting

3. B.O.U.Q.U.I

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Gospel rapper B.O.U.Q.U.I  was the most outstanding gospel female act in the earlier 2000s. She released hits like Molejo, Vanity, Take You Away & Oluwa. Since her second album, Redefinition, BOUQUI was relatively quiet until late 2015 when she held an online rap competition, tagged BOUQUI Unstoppable Rap Competition. It was a fairly popular rap competition where the winner’s prize was a visit to Hollywood, USA. Notwithstanding, she still hasn’t released new songs.

It was a fairly popular rap competition where the winner’s prize was a visit to Hollywood, USA. Notwithstanding, she still hasn’t released new songs that rocked Nigeria.

4. Jodie

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Joy Odiete, Jodie, is synonymous to Kuchi Kuchi, as that was her first hit after first seen in the music scene as a contestant in West African Idols, 2000. The success of Kuchi Kuchi led Jodie to release her debut album: “African Woman”, which surprisingly didn’t make much waves like her debut single. With Jodie recently married to her heartthrob actor, David Nnaji, we hope that would not be the end of her musical career. She is currently pregnant and may come back on stage after her delivery.

With Jodie recently married to her heartthrob actor, David Nnaji, we hope that would not be the end of her musical career. She is currently pregnant and will come back on stage after her delivery.

5. Weird MC

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Weird MC made her first hit song in the 90s “Allen Avenue”. Then in 2006 she released another hit song “Ijoya,” whose animated video was epic and unique in the Nigerian music scene of that time. The same year, the unique tom-boy singer then did a collaboration with PSquare on the remix of “busy body”. Currently, her official twitter profile says she is a UN Peace Ambassador, Road Safety Marshall, Motivational Speaker and celebrity Judge. What happened to the title – rapper?

Currently, her official twitter profile says she is a UN Peace Ambassador, Road Safety Marshall, Motivational Speaker and celebrity Judge. What happened to the title – rapper?

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