1. Omah Lay

Nigerian singer Omah Lay burst onto the scene in 2020. His soulful voice and catchy afrobeats quickly won fans worldwide. Hit songs like "Bad Influence" showcase his unique style

 2. Zinoleesky

Rising star Zinoleesky blends afrobeats with street-pop. Born in Lagos, he gained fame through freestyles on social media. His 2020 EP "Chrome" cemented his place in Nigerian music.

3. Liya

LIYA is a talented Nigerian singer-songwriter. She caught attention with her debut single "Melo" in 2020. Her smooth vocals and relatable lyrics resonate with young listeners across Africa.

4. Victony

Hip-hop artist Victony survived a near-fatal accident in 2021. He bounced back stronger, releasing hits like "Apollo" and "Pray". His resilience inspires fans globally.

5. Portable

Controversial singer Portable rose to fame with "Zazu Zeh". His energetic performances and outspoken personality keep him in the spotlight. He represents the raw spirit of Nigerian street-pop.

6. Asake

Asake's unique fusion of fuji, afrobeats, and amapiano took Nigeria by storm. His 2022 debut album "Mr. Money With The Vibe" broke streaming records. He's known for his catchy hooks and yoruba lyrics.

7. Ckay

CKay's "Love Nwantiti" became a global phenomenon in 2021. The Nigerian singer-producer crafts emotional afrobeats that resonate worldwide. His music blends African and western influences seamlessly.

8. Ruger

Ruger's distinctive eye patch and dancehall-infused afrobeats set him apart. Hits like "Bounce" and "Dior" showcase his versatility. He's signed to D'Prince's Jonzing World record label.

9. Buju

Now known as BNXN, Buju collaborated with major artists early in his career. His soulful voice and honest lyrics shine in songs like "Feeling" and "Kilometer". He's a rising force in afrobeats.

10. Omọlẹyẹ

Talented singer-songwriter Omọlẹyẹ blends afrobeats with R&B. Her emotive vocals and heartfelt lyrics connect deeply with listeners. She represents the softer side of contemporary Nigerian music.