Five ‘underground’ Nigerian artists you probably don’t listen to #2…
Currently Listening to Odunsi | Vibrate
While in college, I took a course (online media) that basically taught us the fundamentals of online journalism. For the course, we were to post an article every week for 10 weeks to get our grades; you can’t imagine how horrific this news was for me because of my constant battle with consistency.
I PULLED THROUGH !
All glory to God.
Once again, shout out to the people who commented, liked, retweeted and shared my articles. Like I tweeted… your next drink is on me.
For this course, I wrote a post about ‘underground’ Nigeria artists and it was a successful one! It was my most shared and viewed post; the look on my lecturer’s face when he was giving me feedback for the post will forever be priceless!
As a music / SoundCloud lover, I constantly come across great artists who are not so popular in the music industry. Due to this, I have decided to make my constant discovery a blog series… I will be sharing 5 ‘underground’ Nigerian artists with my music lovers on a monthly basis (hopefully).
Based on the previous definition of an ‘underground’ artist, here are 5 Nigerian ‘underground’ artists that I discovered these past months.
For Ogranya, it is L i v e . L o v e . F e e l
The first time I heard his song, Pretty Masquerade, I was blown away and it was on replay for weeks! His voice is simply… amazinG.
Not sure if I should refer Jinmi as an ‘underground’ artist, but I needed to add him to this list for people who don’t know him, yet.
Odunsi is an Afro-fusion artist and producer that should also be listened to. His ”time of my life” Ep is dope!
The first time I heard Kuebounce, I fell in love with the Afro beats vibe that comes with his music. His music is quite different if you ask me.
Do you know any of the listed artists? Or an ‘underground’ Nigerian artist that you think should be featured? Please let me know!
Thank you for reading x