This is simply why Naira Marley shouldn’t be compared to Zlatan Ibile.
It is undoubtedly that Naira Marley is gradually and continues to produce hits year after year and here is why nobody should compare him to Zlatan Ibile.
Aside from Naira Marley being a cruise master, and appearing like someone that’s not serious but the truth is that he’s actually focused and continues to produce hits year after year
Azeez Adeshina Fashola, professionally known as Naira Marley, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter, he is known as the president of his large fan base, called the “Marlians”
The journey started around 2014, discovering his passion for music and working to the path of imprinting his name in the books.
Naira Marley’s brand of revolution is drum-heavy metal, and it is put together by brilliant producer Rexxie who designed the viral moments of Zanku sound, he is just another producer making beats for street acts.
On the other hand, the streets weren’t to be sidelined while there was a mainstream, all over the world, surplus demand for Afrobeats, his impact can also be felt.
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Championed in Nigeria by the likes of Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, Davido, Mr Eazi, and Burna Boy, the streets of Lagos from its Yoruba-speaking bases made and consumed its own music. Sheteperi, it is called.
A movement born and lived in the ghetto and inside out of Lagos rural, significant places where most often than not, the youths perceive music as the biggest door to escape the overlapping of a third-world slum.
Marlian record is naira’s record label which houses most of the super talented new street pop artists in the Nigerian music industry now, they include, Zinoleesky, MohBad, Fabian Blu, and C-Blvck.
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Naira Marley at O2 Arena
Apart from dishing a stellar performance for his smash hit singles, “Soapy” and “Opotoyi,” the singer showed his phenomenal dancing skills.
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He made the Zanku dance a perfect delight in the sight of the Londoners as he blew their minds with his great legwork dance.
Naira Marley continues to gradually build an empire in the music scene by also expanding his sound and fanbase across Africa.
However, his release on March 18, 2021, featured a south African mega star Busiswa, a chart-topping single.
In four minutes-forty one second, Naira Marley‘s delivered “Kojosese” an anthem that will take over the street this Yuletide season and was accompanied by a typical Marlians dance he shared a short clip on his Instagram.