These are the all-time top 10 BBNaija Housemates who have released a song or musical project.
The contestants, meanwhile, appear to have settled into a life away from the cameras, and here are the top 10 BBNaija Housemates who have released a song.
Big Brother Naija, formerly known as Big Brother Nigeria, is a Nigerian reality competition television series, based on the Big Brother television franchise, in which, contestants live in an isolated house and compete for a large cash prize and other material prizes.
However, at the end of the show by avoiding being evicted from the house by viewers who vote for their favourite housemates to remain in the show.
Here are the top 10 BBNaija Housemates who have released a song.
Top 10 BBNaija Housemates who have released a song
Laycon‘s mission had been clear from the beginning of the show: to promote his music as a rapper, and he’d succeeded in making his Who Is Laycon album a trending project while in the house, and he’d emerged as the show’s winner, converting the majority of his fans, known as Icons, to believers in his music.
Since then, he’s produced two more albums, Shall We Begin and I Am Laycon, demonstrating his mastery of BBNaija’s portfolio-building abilities.
The winner of the event, Michael Efe Ejeba, had already established himself as a rapper and entertainment and youth culture maven in Plateau state, where he was born and bred, and his win had merely made his efforts nationwide known.
Efe has since released a flurry of songs, including Based On Logistics, which became a slang term, Babaloke with Oritsefemi, Warri with Olamide, and a repertoire that includes three albums.
White money was ready and able to turn any activity into a song in his high-pitched voice, even while doing routine activities around the house like making a meal or doing dishes.
It should come as no surprise that the season’s winner had released at least 10 songs before entering the Big Brother house, including Iyawo Mi, Your Life, My Heart, Regeku, Rosemary, and others, and he has pledged to smash the music market with even more records.
She was a triple threat and the show’s runner-up, having previously placed fifth in a singing competition, thus combining her talents as an actor, media personality, and singer was not a difficult task for the star, who has stated that music is her first passion.
She made a notable comeback to music in 2018 with Boda Luku and Controlla and has subsequently released further tracks.
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Teddy A, a full-time artist, had only one goal in mind when he entered the BBNaija house: to blow and promote his music.
Bam Bam, the ex-housemate who married his fellow housemate, has released an album titled Alpha Vol.1 and a new single, Down, early this year.
The outspoken British-accented housemate was difficult to overlook, as she won over viewers with her matter-of-fact demeanor, as well as the music business with the publication of her debut EP, Young and Reckless, in recent months.
Her previous song, Show, proved to listeners that the sultry R&B vocalist was worth her weight in vocal gold.
The BBNaija finalist, also known as ‘Cross DaBoss,’ entered the contest with a burst of enthusiasm and emotion, which he quickly channelled into music with his lively and energy-filled Ajebutter 22-featured Feeling Funky.
Saskay was one of two housemates that presented a strong case for the Gen Zs’ power.
She was dubbed “art” because of her grasp of numerous artistic interests and was outspoken about her love for hip hop, which she put to the test on her debut single, 5Quad.
With members Ellaley and E4ma, she is one of three dancers in the Girls Got Bold collective.
The trio had previously expressed their intention to break into the music industry as artists.
While Liquorose was in the Big Brother house, the trio released their first single Vibes on September 23rd, with Liquorose performing the rap lines on the Afropop track.
After her time in the BBNaija house, she went on to become a former officer of the law in London, but by that time, the effervescent Ekiti native had won over many viewers of the show.
However, in 2020, during the height of the EndSARS movement, she became a former officer of the law in London.