The Jealousy among the female Nigerian music industry
There are obvious jealousy breeding among the female Nigerian music industry.
Who are the best Nigerian female vocalists of afrobeats? Nigerian vocalists like Asa, Waje, Omawumi, Tiwa Savage, Yemi Alade, Tems, Teni, Ayra Star, Fave, and Simi, some of the top female vocalists in the genre are thought to be these ones.
Nigerian and African music are some of the most prominent sounds in contemporary global entertainment. With such energy and a unique style, afrobeats propelled itself out of Nigeria and took over all of Africa.
Nigerian music has developed into a widespread musical phenomenon, as can be heard on the streets of Africa, Europe, and beyond.
The most well-known figures in afrobeats are men, yet women have made just as much, if not more, of an impact on this musical style.
Here is a list of female Nigerian artists you should be familiar with because they are a part of the expanding African sound trend that is affecting popular culture around the world at the moment.
Tiwa Savage alongside Yemi Alade and others, are known as the Queen of Afrobeats, is the leading female afrobeats artist of this decade
Hower, talking about the feature, Why are Nigerians so stuck up on the the fact that our female artiste don’t feature each other? Is there a rule or law that mandates that to happens? Is it a must they do that?
Does that add or take away anything from their craft because I don’t get the problem honestly, other female act in other parts of the world don’t have a record with another female act and they’re doing just fine. Why our own should different.
However, young people cannot deny that there is no such thing as a competition or supremacy contest.
This is because young women, in particular, are more predisposed to feeling some sort of jealous for a fellow success.
Most of them are guilty of being jealous of each other as well.