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  1. see Victor Olaiya

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  4. In March 1936, Osadebe was born in Igbo town of Atani, in Southeastern Nigeria. He came from a line of singers and dancers in Igboland. His genre,…

  5. Rex Lawson is one of the founding musicians of West African "High Life" music, reigning along with the likes of Victor Olaiya.

  6. Rex Jim Lawson (c.1930 - 1969), known as Cardinal Rex, was a singer, trumpeter and bandleader from Kalabari (Ijaw), Nigeria. One of the best-known…

  7. Eric Agyeman, made his name as a roots guitarist with Dr. K. Gyasi and His Noble Kings, a band in the Ashanti capital of Kumasi, which he joined in…

  8. Celestine Ukwu (Celestine Obiakor) began his musical career during the 1960's with Michael Ejeagha's Paradise Rhythm Orchestra in Enugu, capital of…

  9. Obey, whose real names are Ebenezer Remilekun Aremu Olasupo Fabiyi, was born in Idogo, Ogun State, Nigeria of Egba-Yoruba ethnic background. He…

  10. Azongo Nyaaba (also known as Captain Yaba) was from the Fra Fra ethnic group and was born in Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region of Ghana in…

  11. Lagbaja (born Bisade Ologunde in Lagos, Nigeria) is a Nigerian Afrobeat musician.

    The first question that is often asked when Lagbaja is…

  12. Sir Shina Peters (born 30 May 1958) is a Nigerian Jùjú musician. Born Oluwashina Akanbi Peters in Ogun State, he invented Afro-juju in the late…

  13. One of Nigeria's first ladies of song, Onyeka has been singing Gospel and and many other styles of music in Nigeria since the 1970s.

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  15. Born in Enugu, South Eastern Nigeria on January 1, 1947,in 1964 he founded the Postmen, a British Invasion covers band. A year later Okosun visited…

  16. top Nigerian hip-hop crew

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  17. E.T. Mensah, the multi-instrumentalist, bandleader and undisputed King of Highlife, who sadly died in 1996 was the artist who inspired RetroAfric's…

  18. Eedris Turayo Abdulkareem Ajenifuja was born in Kano, northern Nigeria, to Yoruba parents from south-western Nigeria. His mother left the family…

  19. But he also later burst out on his own as an ethnomusicologist, producing folk music which ruled the airwaves in the 70s and 80s with a group…

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