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Some notable Nigerian musicians have positively contributed to the success of the Nigerian music industry. Some of these music stars are gradually fading away from the industry as nothing much has been heard of them recently. Some media sites claimed that some of them have left the music industry to invest in other businesses. 

However, I will be sharing with you some of the music stars that are included in the list; 

African China: Chinagorom Onuoha is famously known as African China. He is a talented musician and songwriter whose songs thrilled us in the ‘ 2000s. The famous artist describes his type of songs as ” Pidgin Reggae/dancehall” style. Despite being one of the best- selling artists in the Nigerian music industry, he stopped producing songs and focused on other businesses.

Faze: Chibuzor Oji famously known as Faze is a professional Nigerian musician and a former member of the Nigerian music group known as Plantashun Boyz. Faze is one of the artists that have the biggest fan base in the ‘ 2000s. His hit songs like Kolomental, Need Somebody, Kpo Kpo Di Kpo, and many others won him numerous music awards and nominations. Though Faze is identified as one of the legendary Nigerian singers, nothing much has been heard of him as has stopped singing for a while now. 

Terry G: Terry G is a talented Nigerian musician who is fondly called the ” Akpako master, ” he is known for his controversial lyrics which made waves in the Nigerian music industry. Terry G released his last music album in 2012. Since the lot music of his songs has made waves in the entertainment industry. Some media sites claimed he has ventured into other businesses. 

9ice is one of the most promising singers produced by the Nigerian music industry. 9ice has his breakthrough in the 2000s after he released his hit song titled ” Gongo Aso” in 2008. Though he released an album in 2020 titled ” Tip of The Iceberg: Episode 1, ” he has not been making waves as he used to. 

Which of these legendary singers do you miss the most in the music industry? Share your thoughts in the comment section. 

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