#IWD: Top collaborations between Nigerian female Artists
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Mp3bullet.ng compiles a list of Top Collaborations between Nigerian Female Artists.
It’s no secret that collaborations between Nigerian Female artists are kind of rare but when they do happen, it’s always a masterpiece.
This year’s International Women’s Day theme is Breaking the bias and in that spirit, we hope to hear more collaboration between Female Artists.
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Here are the Top collaborations between Nigerian female Artists;
Waje X Tiwa Savage- Onye
Waje and Tiwa Savage collaborated on this melodious and love themed song in 2014. Onye is the 2nd track off Waje’s eponymously titled album W.A.J.E. The two powerful vocal houses weren’t in competition but in sync making the song an interesting listen.
The music video was shot by another powerful female in the industry, former music director turned Filmmaker, Kemi Adetiba.
Waje ft Muna- SO Inspired
In the song, a strongly motivated Waje sings, “Even if I fall or struggle, even if you cause me trouble, I won’t let it get to me,” which motivates hundreds of people to this very day.
Waje pays tribute to strong women all over the world in this song, underlining the daily efforts they put in to be successful.
As if Waje’s lyrics weren’t encouraging enough, Muna’s rap about throwing away labels and the boundless bounds of a woman is a show-stopping moment that lingers rent-free in our thoughts.
Seyi Shay ft Simi- Glowanna
On Glowanna“, Deborah Oluwaseyi Joshua better known as Seyi Shay collaborates with Nigerian renowned songbird and powerful chanteuse, Simi who assisted accordingly on the masterpiece, marking her own vocal print.
They two sing about how far they have come and their success story in the mid-tempo infectious beat.
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Waje, Yemi Alade, and others- Strong Girl
What happens when eight incredible African female singers collaborate on a single song? A simple feminine anthem that has stood the test of time. We’ll never forget Waje, Yemi Alade, Victoria Kimani, Vanessa Mdee, Arielle T, Gabriela, Selmor Mtukudzi, and Judith Sephuma’s inspiring voices on the smash 2015 ballad, Strong girl.
This song, which is part of the ONE campaign, honours girls and women and encourages them to use their girl power wherever they are.
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