Nigerian music is at a phase whereby on the off chance that you can’t swim with the tide you would be washed away so rapidly that recuperating would be difficult to swim move down to the surface. This outline tells the stories of some extremely remarkable and capable Nigerian artists who were at one time the creme de la creme of the Nigerian music industry however their radiance days have been sliced short because of a few conditions that is path past them.
During their A days they had it all, the ladies, fans, media, attention, fame and fortune but they also gave us very good music that is very hard to fathom why their gift for making such good music had waned. But notwithstanding they haven’t faded completely as they are still very much in the music industry and their impact is still felt but even with all the effort they have put into making a comeback to their good old days, it seems not to be working for them. Below are 5 good Nigerian artistes who have tried but could not get back those vibes their fans knew them for.
Wande Coal once referred to as the man with the golden voice who could make a grown man cry just by hearing him sing hasn’t been the same since he parted ways Marvin Records boss and producer, Don Jazzy. Wande Coal career took a nose dive when he began to have problem with Don Jazzy but we all thought been a talented musician that he is was going to bounce back and continue to give us those good music he is know for, but he never really did make the comeback we were expecting. Although he usually drops a single or two every year and he also released his much anticipated second album “Wanted” which failed to live up to our expectation. Wande Coal is still very much relevant in the industry and he is revered for his strong soprano voice and good song writing skill but he hasn’t really been the Wande Coal we once used to know.