Saturday Beats (PUNCH) has released the list of some of the artistes whose light didn’t shine so brightly in 2016. Below is what was written about them.
And like her best friend Omawumi, Waje was almost pushed to the background in 2016. She has been busier on social media than in the studio this year. Yes, fans got to know more about her grown up daughter and her cool dresses which she proudly showed off every now and then.
Thank God for social media, but for Instagram where the babe would always post one or two stuff, her presence would have dwindled considerably.
Thank God for his song ‘Emergency’ which was released early in the year, it was a good work and so many people felt D’banj had finally survived the break-up.
Alas, Dbanj’s ‘Focus,’ ‘If no be God,’ ‘Breaking New’ and ‘Gifted’ didn’t make any impact at all. D’banj needs to step up his game in 2017; otherwise, his career would land in Emergency Room!
Well, thank God for ‘Kukere,’ nobody would have known Iyanya apart from the fact that he was a sensation at the then Project Fame competition.
Iyanya’s controversial exit from Ubi Franklin’s Triple M Records made more headlines than the release of his following songs, ‘Type of woman,’ ‘Nothing Mega,’ ‘Yoga song,’ ‘Sukumma,’ ‘Why,’ and ‘Heartbeat.’
This year, Chidinma was busier arousing people’s curiosity as to whether she is dating artiste, Flavour or not. It seems that the star is fast fizzling out of the industry.
It seems Wande Coal found his sound late this year with the new song, ‘Iskaba,’ which he released a few weeks ago. Before then, nothing much was heard from the young man.