Singing isn’t the only thing some of our favorite Naija artistes can do well, which is why Mp3bullet.ng presents the top Naija artistes that can dance.
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It takes a multi-talented artiste to be able to dance and sing at the same time because the two activities require a lot of energy.
Zanku records owner and latest father in town, Zlatan is popular for his signature adlibs. He rose to prominence after he featured in Chinko Ekun’s Able God. His 2018 single, Zanku set the trend for the popular dance move, Legwork, and gave his career the boost that it needed.
The “Unripe Pawpaw” is undeniably good at legwork (i guess that why he is a close friend of Poco Lee), his current Music videos are a testament to that fact.
Niniola was first introduced to the music scene after participating in the 2013 edition of MTN Project Fame. But it was her 2017 single, Maradona that got her the recognition both from home and International.
It is rare to watch any of Niniola’s music videos and not see her perform dance moves.
When Tekno’s music video for his 2014 single, “Dance” dropped, Nigerians thought Chris Brown had a Nigerian brother he wasn’t aware of. If Tekno wasn’t doing Music, he would still have been popular with his dancing skills alone.
Mama Africa as she is fondly called by fans, Yemi Alade got the music scene buzzing when she dropped “Johnny” in 2014. Her vocals, songs, and dance moves, what is there not to love about her.
Yemi Alade is an energetic dancer and always brings the vibe to her songs.
Mr. P (Peter Okoye)
If Micheal Jackson was to have a Nigerian twin, Mr. P would be that person. The “Ebeano” singer used to be part of P-square a duo made up of him and his twin brother, Paul Okoye also known as Rudeboy.
While Rudeboy was the voice of the group, Mr. P was the dancing beast. He is like the combination of Usher and Micheal Jackson come to life.