Nigerian music and its creators are highly regarded all over the world. Although, Nigerian musicians tend to bend to the demand for Afro beats and danceable rhythms, there are still some beautiful voices to be heard when they sing.
Simi has been killing it right from the year her sophomore album hit major record stores and online music streaming platforms.
Waje’s skill at hitting top notes and maintaining her vocal range at high pitches is worthy of recognition.
Praiz heartfelt melodies and making sure he stays on point on his songs is always admirable even when he doesn’t release much contents.
One of the Alte community’s major curators has managed to stay afloat the flooded genres of all music genres in Nigeria with his touchy vocals.
Omawumi has owned her vocals and she has been unmatched. No wonder she has been friends with Waje from time.
6. Cobhams Asuquo
The multitalented singer, producer and vocalist has featured in some of the most inspirational songs ever to be released in the Nigerian music and his vocal prowess is unbeatable.
Asa’s debut album will live on in the hearts of Nigerian music as it broke grounds and pushed her craft outside the shores of Motherland Nigeria, all thanks to her vocal delivery and guitar keys.
8. Timi Dakolo
Timi Dakolo’s pitch will shake a wedding and marriage proposal but his pitch will be the end of some of Nigerian women.
9. Wande Coal
Wande Coal’s Mushin to Mo’hits days will serve as reminder that the chubby man released one of the best projects more than a decade ago. His vocal strength has cemented him a place on this list.
Most times, people seem to forget that gospel musicians are capable of churning out top-notch records and Sinach has been consistent with it.
Other worthy mentions include Sheyi Shay, Bez, Johnny Drille, Ric Hassani, and Jeff Akoh. Did we miss any? Comment below.