We will be looking at top 5 Nigerian music artists whose siblings are also into music.
While a lot of music stars came into the music space alone leaving their loved ones and siblings out of the game, others pulled their siblings into the game while siblings of the rest found their way into the music space.
M.I Abaga and Jesse Jagz
Worthy to be on this list are two rap lords who also doubles as siblings. M.i Abaga and Jesse Jagz are blood siblings who hail from Taraba state have both Managed to put their name in the hall of fame as Nigerian rappers as they have both had an amazing career. While Jesse Jagz seems to be struggling with his music career his elder brother M.I abaga currently stands as one of Naija’s best rappers.
D’banj and K-switch
Another name that is worthy to be mentioned on this list is veteran singer D’banj and his younger brother K-switch. The duo who used to be artists under Don Jazzy led music label Mo’hits records have been doing music from way back. Having done a couple of songs together, you don’t need an angel to tell you that the duo are siblings as they share a striking resemblance.
Rudeboy and Mr.P
Everybody knows Psquare as one of the most popular music group to have ever blessed Nigeria with good music. the duo of Rudeboy and Mr. P who used to be together as a music group Psqure decided to part ways after having some disagreements which involved their elder brother Jude Okoye in 2017. The duo who came up with the name Rudeboy and Mr.P after splitting has been having an amazing ride with their solo music career.
Don Jazzy and D’Prince
Worthy to be on this list is music tycoon Don Jazzy and his younger brother, D’Prince. The duo who have been together since the era of Mo’hits records are siblings who have managed to stay relevant win the music industry. While D’prince music career has not been at his peak, his elder brother Don Jazzy seems to be one of the most successful music icons that have spent a very long while in the Nigerian music industry. D’prince is currently part of Mavins records, a record label headed by his elder brother.
Teniola and Niniola
Topping this list are the Apata children Teniola and Niniola. the two siblings who have had a successful ride in the Nigerian music industry are part of the big female musicians who are currently rocking the Nigerian music space.
Though the duo hardly acts like siblings because of their totally different lifestyle, the duo is, however, part of the few siblings that have emerged in the Nigerian music industry.