Emoseh, who is from Taraba State, was raised in Northern Nigeria, between Kaduna, Jos, and Abuja, which she claims served as inspiration for her artwork. She was brought up in a traditional household where her parents restricted her movement. Because she frequently participated in school talent events where she sang original songs and people memorized her lyrics, Emoseh had a reputation as a teenager in her school as a kid who could sing and play the guitar. Emoseh would continue to create beats and give them to rappers at school. Over time, she began to develop her own musical style and production abilities. Everyone around Emoseh when she was younger—including herself—thought of music as a hobby. Her father, however, urged her to pursue music as a career. She began creating songs when she was 8 years old and frequently offered them to her parents. Emoseh’s father, who she claimed was a major influence on her early musical training, once played in a band. She chose the moniker “Bloody Civilian” because of the numerous instances of military atrocities she witnessed while growing up in northern Nigeria.
She was featured in ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ soundtrack, Bloody Civilian on the tune ‘Wake Up’. She and Rema bask in the spotlight, infused with dancehall flavors and an afrobeat bounce, with Bloody establishing her place as a new rising star. She also collaborated in its production with renowned composer Ludwig Goransson.
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Majeeed Ekeh Chiaka Joseph (born November 28) is a Nigerian Afropop Singer and Songwriter signed to Dream Empire Music. He is most known for his breakout hit “Yawa No Dey End,” which was released as the lead single from his extended play Bitter Sweet in 2022. On the week of May 9, 2022, a new version of “Yawa No Dey End” was released with Joeboy through Dream Empire Music and emPawa Africa, peaking at number 41 on the Nigeria TurnTable Top 50 list.
After surpassing 1 million streams in April 2022, he was named one of the 10 African Artists You Should Know by Audiomack. On July 11, 2022, “Yawa No Dey End” debuted at number 59 on the newly established TurnTable Top 100, an enlargement of the Top 50.Following the original introduction of the TurnTable Top Afro-Pop Songs chart on July 13, 2022, “Yawa No Dey End” debuted at number 30. On July 16, 2022, he was listed as one of the artists on the first edition of the TurnTable Artiste Top 100 chart, debuting at number 80. Later on, he was given the opportunity to remix that song alongside Joeboy, one of Nigeria’s biggest artists.
He recently released a new single with Tiwa Savage, which is currently charting high.
Qing Madi, whose name translates as forceful, feminine (Qing), and heaven (Madi), is a multi-talented singer, composer, and entertainer whose unique genre-bending combination of afrobeats, pop, soul, and R&B is influencing the future of music. The Nigerian artist is a master of her profession with nearly a decade of expertise, having begun her career at the age of seven. Qing Madi, influenced by Kendrick Lamar’s lyrical compositions and general talent, is seeking to irreversibly impact the path of the business with her brand of genius.
Qing Madi has boldly forged her own musical niche with herself described Afro R&b style, while gracefully following in the footsteps off famous Afrobeat titans. Her new track “why” is the follow up to her previous single “see Finish” which received over 8.2 million streams earlier this Year.
Qing Madi says the song was inspired by her old classmates who felt entitled to her attention while she was pursuing her own aspirations. The classically trained dancer expands her vocal range to offer us a taste of her forthcoming EP, with dancing skills reminiscent of the late Aaliyah.
Ayanfe Oluwashola, better known as Ayanfe, began pursuing a career in music while attending university with a band he created. They frequently performed at school functions and eventually became the talk of the campus. Ayanfe made the daring decision to forego his education and pursue his goals as a full-time musician, and he released his first single under his former label in 2018.
Ayanfe’s luck shined in 2019 after releasing a cover of Davido’s RISKY after releasing a succession of songs, covers, freestyles, and perfecting his art. He eventually joined the DMW family, managed by Obama DMW, and signed a record deal with the label in 2020; his career has since risen. His debut single under the DMW label, ‘Pretend,’ charted for weeks in 2020, and with this success, Ayanfe continued to release music with numerous musicians such as Mayorkun, Idowest, and Davido, to mention a few, before releasing his first EP, ‘All That Matters,’ in 2021. He recently advanced his career by signing on with Apert Music, a new management company, where he released “Temptation” in 2023, which quickly rose to the top of the playlist and rankings.
He recently collaborated with Dj Latitude on the release of a new song titled “LABA LABA.” The soulful-amapiano track blends Swahili, Yoruba, and English lyrics to depict the story of a male attempting to woo a girl who plays hard to get, as indicated by her “labalaba” behavior.”Laba Laba” is guaranteed to please fans of soulful-amapiano music, especially as the multilingual lyrics offer a degree of intricacy and depth to the composition.