Five Nigerian Female Rappers We Need to See Back in the Studio

Nigerian female rap scene has been on a low for yearsThe Nigeria rap music scene is missing some girl power and we really want this to change.

It would be great to hear a lady spit some bars for a change and we know just the women that would be right for the job.

1. Eva Alordiah

Eva

Eva has bars for days. We would love to hear what she has to say about the state of Nigerian pop culture lyrics. Eva’s spit-fire lyrics would be a welcomed change to Nigerian radio and we will be here for it.

2. Sasha P

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Sasha P

It has been a minute since Sasha P dropped new music and needless, to say she is greatly missed.

Sasha’s edgy ability to play with words and use them in clever ways you wouldn’t have thought of truly sets her apart. The rap game is calling its First Lady and we really hope she picks up the call.

3. Muna

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Muna

The former beauty queen showed Nigerians that there is a lot of talent behind that fine face. But it has been years since we heard Muna’s spicy catchphrases and from where we are standing, it’s time for her to make a comeback.

4. Kel

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Kel

Who remembers Kel? Her sass, her swagger and who can forget her voice? Kel would be the perfect guest artiste for any of our leading female vocalists in Nigerian pop. Imagine Kel on a Tiwa Savage track! Don Jazzy, we hope you’re taking notes.

5. Blaise

Blaise

Blaise

Source: The Net.ng

 

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