Top 10 Nigerian musicians who are amazingly good dancers.
Singing and dancing go hand in hand and here are the top 10 Nigerian musicians who are good dancers.
But as much as this is the case, not everybody who makes music is a really good dancer.
While there are a lot of men making music in Nigeria, today I want to look at 7 men who are not only good at making music but also really good at dancing to it.
In America, names like Usher, Chris Brown, Jason Derulo, spring to mind when you think of singers that can dance. Who is that for the Nigerian people?
In an age where almost everyone now sings or is involved in music one way or the other, artists seek for many other things to make them the complete package.
Top 10 Nigerian musicians who are good dancers
Peter Okoye and Paul Okoye once made up the very famous and very successful musical duo, P-Square.
Immediately P-Square burst onto the scene, they were quickly praised and celebrated as Nigeria’s Michael Jackson, being compared and likened to America’s usher.
As a duo, they gave a lot of very dance-heavy music videos and performances. In fact, it was a huge part of the P-Square brand.
With her music videos and stage performances, Yemi Alade has groomed herself to kill it on stage.
Even so, her moves are always technical and calculated as she has been known to wing it and lose herself dancing.
Speaking of people who popularized dance moves in the country, Naira Marley’s Tesumole dance clicked with the Nigerian audience.
After putting out the infectious song and music video, the dance move through the power of social media spread across the entire country, and in no time, everybody and their mother was doing the dance.
This is another artist who puts in effort in all his videos, always doing the choreographed dance moves with the help of his backup dancers.
His infectious music demanded a good dancer to make them really pop and carry the music videos, and as a dancer, Mr. May D did not disappoint.
Evidence of this comes very strong in music videos such as hit single and music video, Aleyi A Bad that was very dance-heavy.
Niniola is one singer everyone longs to see on stage as she brings down the roof with her energetic performances.
She sure knows how to use what her momma gave her to get everyone’s attention.
I will say she is my number one. Her hips just don’t lie!
You know you’re an iconic dancer when you create a dance that not only you are good at, but one that is really good, people like to watch and want to learn, so much so that it becomes a national phenomenon.
Zlatan Ibile is famous for creating and popularizing the famous Zanku Legwork dance, a dance that he has gone on to feature in a slew of music videos and live performances.
The 5th spot is jointly shared by Sidney Esiri and Lanre Fasasi.
The ‘Surulere’ singer actually started out as a backup dancer before being dragged into music by former boss Eldee, even though his weight won’t allow anymore.
Sidney still makes those moves that get the floor pumping, check out his dance routine at his wedding or his moves in the recently released ‘Kabiyesi’ video.
Nigerian singer Olamide is a very chill guy. From his persona to his music to his overall demeanor. However, do not let that deceive you.
Olamide is still very much an incredibly good dancer.
This has never been more apparent than it was in the videos Science Student and the dance-driven Woske music video.
Well… we just have to say that mummy Jamjam got the skills both in her voice and body. In August 2016, she wowed the crowd at her red tour concert in Chicago.
One word for Seyi’s dance moves is VOGUE! She got her fans moving with her in her Iravo music video. The girl sure knows how to use her waist.