The Wizkid Vs. African Rappers controversy is currently the most popular web story, hence we at Labaranyau have chosen to highlight 5 powerful rappers who are doing more good than afrobeats itself.
The newest and most popular genre to emerge from Nigeria is called afrobeats, and it has taken over the whole music business.
Wizkid said that Rap Is Dead and the genre is no more celebrated on his interview with 10 Magazine.
Do you know that some of the best rappers from Africa are still succeeding in the music industry? artist with innovative ideas who continues to sell out performances, concerts, and tours.
You will get to know those hardworking acts that refuses to switch genre, mighty rappers with the best abilities in the music game, what this rappers does is craft wonderful rap songs that tally to the needy of music likers.
Here Are The 5 Rappers That Are Still At The Top Of The Game
1. MI Abaga
Jude Lemfani Abaga, better known by his stage name M.I. Abaga, was born in Nigeria on October 4, 1981. When his song “Crowd Mentality” became well-known in Jos, Nigeria, in 2006, he gained notoriety.
His first studio album, was released in 2008. MI 2: The Movie succeeded the LP (2010). He is the topmost rapper doing so well in the industry without switching his lane.
2. Nasty C
Nasty C was born in Soweto, Johannesburg, on February 11, 1997. When he was only 11 months old, his mother passed away from a terrible accident.
His father, David Maviyo Ngcobo, who worked as a human resources manager for a business in Durban, raised him. The full name of Nasty C is Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo.
He is currently the rapper selling gig shows oversees, he is been recognized and celebrated internationally.
Ladipo Eso, also referred to as Ladipoe or Poe, is a rapper and musician from Nigeria. Ladipoe and Mavin Records agreed to a record agreement on February 28, 2017.
He gained notoriety when SDC “Show Dem Camp” included him in the song “Feel Alright.”
He is one among does rappers that is highly skillful in the rap game and he is permanently ready to render music in rap form.
Sarkodie, a stage name for Michael Owusu Addo, is a Tema-born rapper, songwriter, and businessman from Ghana.
He has received numerous honors for his contributions to the Ghanaian music scene, including the Vodafone Ghana Music Award for “Artiste of the Decade.”
He is number 4 on the list.
In Nigeria’s Delta State city of Warri, Erhiga Agarivbie was born. He is a distinctive figure in the music business, and the Nigerian “street,” as the case may be, largely approves of his songs.
The fact that his stage name, Erigga, is a vocalization of his first name, Erhiga, and that he was raised in Warri speaking only pidgin English may help to explain why his musical prowess is centered around the language.