These are top Nigerian artists with a similar sound and voice
Nigeria’s music industry is one of the biggest music industries in the world. Nigeria is blessed with a lot of talented artists and here is the top Nigerian artists with a similar sound and voice.
2020 brought lots of hidden talent which made us have a great year in the music industry. We saw talents like and lots more.
In today’s article, Mp3bullet are going to outline Nigerian musicians whose voices sound alike.
These are artists whereby if you listen to their songs on the radio you might not be able to differentiate who from who.
Top Nigerian artists with a similar sound and voice
Wizkid and Rema
This two artists voice is hard to differentiate when you listen to there songs on the radio. A good example is when you listen to DJ Tunez featuring Wizkid and Reekado Banks.
Rema did a hook that everybody thought is Wizkid.
The two musician sounds alike which left their fans to confuse. The song also features Reekado Banks.
The two musicians are yet to release a collaboration together after being caught in a video in the studio together.
Ayra Starr and Tems
The new Mavin signee is already living the year. Just 48 hours after she was declared openly, alongside an eponymous 5-track body of work, it peaked at #1 ahead of heavyweights such as Wizkid, Davido, Olamide, etc.
She’s one of the few artists to attain this kind of success in a very short duration.
After the release of one of her biggest single “away”. Fans started feeling the connection between Tems and Arya starr.
Fans also came out to request a collaboration between these two artists, this is after Tems releases the video to one of her songs ” The Key”.
The two artists make use of swords in their music videos.
Wande Coal and Oxlade
His sonorous voice and incredible creative range have raised comparisons with Nigerian pop legend, Wande Coal
During an interview with Beat FM, Oxlade stated that he will always be in awe of Wande Coal because of the impact he had on him as a person and his music.
Oxlade said, literally Wande Coal influenced his sound and how he patterned his music. Oxlade also dismisses any comparisons between himself and the legendary singer as “arrant nonsense.”
D’banj and Durella
These two Nigerian musicians were once said to be like the other, Dbanj who was in the spotlight first, had always been known for his energetic performances among other things.
Not long after, Durella too started to gain grounds in the industry and many could not help but notice how much he and the self-styled Koko Master seemed to be alike.
This Durella song back in the day really sound like it was Banga lee that sang it.
2baba and Joe El
Legendary Nigerian singer, Innocent ‘2baba’ Idibia, seemed to have a protégé in talented musician Joel Amadi aka Joe El, who later gained prominence and had many wondering if he was the African Queen crooner’s twin brother.
The duo appeared to have a similar sound and even seemed to look identical, they were mostly mistaken because of their voice texture.