Flavour has casually stayed on top of the game for over fifteen (15) years and more.
Practically and evidently extending for two decades of consistency in the Nigerian music industry, a very rare attribute in the spotlight.
Flavour is the modern pioneer of the renowned Igbo highlife, cultural orientation and preservation, with the ability to extensively converge a live performing atmosphere.
Releasing over seven (7) solid studio albums in the potency of his career.
Igbo highlife is a fashionable musical genre that combines highlife and Igbo traditional music which sometimes relies heavily on percussion instruments.
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Flavour became a household name across Nigeria in the mid-2000s, following the release of his single titled ‘Nwa Baby’ one of the most popular songs of 2005.
Obviously before the emergence of the digital streaming era and Internet exposure which yielded massively to today’s Nigeria music.
Flavour has held it down for almost two decades in the music industry, dropping hits after hits and still not given duly accolade or rated fairly in my own opinion.
One day we’ll revisit and reconsider how some geographical proximity is being marginalised and Unaccordingly rated in the Nigerian music industry, but then I’d let it slide to avoid pandemonium and misconception in the context.
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Flavour is one of the top tiers musicians when it comes to energy, stage presence, vocal control and overall live band synergy in the Nigerian music industry.
Obviously getting billed for silent Gigs and huge paychecks for a dignified ceremony across all part of the world.
Arguably among the most substantial Nigerian artistes currently with actual music cheque.