Asides from singing, and songwriting, there are quite a good number of our artists who are good with the moves.
Here is a list of 5 Nigerian artists who are great dancers.
Mr. P & Rudeboy
The twin brothers from the defunct P Square group were certainly one of the hottest singing and dancing music duos in the early 2000s till their split.
Arguably, one of the best since the inception of the Afrobeat genre. They were highly skilled as a team with the steps and breakdance.
To their record, the popular Alingo dance was birthed alongside other unique moves.
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King Sunny Ade
When you talk about one of the legendary Afro juju pioneers, KSA would stand afloat. Asides from gracing us with multiple juju vibes, KSA is also one of the legendary legwork pioneers. Mostly a stage performer, he hops on his moves as he handles his guitar.
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Self-acclaimed Mama Africa always gives it to us hard! Known for promoting the African heritage with her vibes and moves, Yemi claims the fourth spot. Hardly will there be a Yemi’s song that wouldn’t come with her dance moves.
Nigeria’s finest highlife singer is another great dancer. Known for his subtle waist moves, he is good at attracting and arousing ladies’ attentions and moods.
5 Nigerian artists who are great dancers
- Mr. P & Rudeboy
- King Sunny Ade
- Zlatan Ibile
- Yemi Alade