10 Nigerian Artistes To Look Out For In 2023

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The year 2022 proved to be great for Nigerian artistes who took the music from a promising sound to a more prominent position on the global stage. 

Top 10 artistes to look out for in 2023


Among that wave of stars are musicians who showed promise as the year ran down, signalling that they can stake their claim in the music space for the upcoming year. 

We take a look at 10 artistes to look out for in 2023. 


Mohbad had his fair share of fits and starts in 2022. The Marlians ex-signee has another 12 months to make a more rounded impression and reach his full bloom yet.

Seyi Vibez

Seyi Vibez joins this list because of his gradual acceptance into the mainstream of music despite his use of Yoruba dialect and street lingua. The Afrofusion artiste perfectly infuses Amapiano, fuji and chants to create a perfect blend that tinges on finding success from the street. 

The track, ‘Chance (Na Ham)’, from the album, ‘Billion Dollar Baby’ has become a sensation with the slang ‘Na Ham’ becoming a thing on the streets. Seyi Vibez, confident, unique and talented, promises much more over the next 12 months. 


Balloranking collaborated with Bella Schmurda, Majeed, Bad Boy Timz, Lyta and many more in the year 2022. His 6-track album, Trench Kid had the track, ‘Realize’ as the standout song. 

We can’t wait to see what the young lad has to offer next in the street hop lane. 

Odumodu Blvck 

Odumodu signed a record deal with Native Records, in partnership with Def Jam Recordings in 2022. He was also at the helm of the albums The Afro Drill Experiment II and The Drop, ensuring that there is a future to look to in the rap industry when the bigwigs eventually call it a day. 


Bryann found fame in the 7th edition of the reality TV show, BBNaija. The star, who had released songs before he entered the Big Brother house, saw his following and listenership soar after his time on the show. 

Although he is yet to release a major project after the show, there are signs that Bryann is on the right trajectory to make a statement in the entertainment industry based on his sheer talent. 


Bayanni closed the year with the hit single ‘Ta Ta Ta’ which debuted to rave reviews on social media, especially TikTok. 

He might be a relatively new face but under the mentorship of Don Jazzy, it isn’t out of place to watch out for what he has in store for the year in view. 


Tar1Q’s ‘Son of the Moon’ EP, which explores the theme of love, ambition, loss, and mental health, debuted to positive reception. 

With proper collaboration, an intentional push and a great team, Tar1Q has the opportunity to build upon his run in 2023. 


Majeeed, who was named Apple Music ‘Up Next’ Artist in Nigeria in July 2022, has been making steady waves.  

With a recent partnership with Dream Empire Music in the bag, beneficial collaborations might just be all Majeeed needs to rise to the top. 

Dami Oniru 

The soft-spoken soul singer caught attention in 2022 with songs like ‘Soft Life’ and ‘Emotions’. Dami Oniru is on a good run and we can’t wait to see her make it to the top. 


The fast-rising artiste got her break from the song ‘Do You Like Me’ which became an anthem on TikTok. After her album A Piece Of Me, which comes furnished with seven enchanting symphionies, she can only move on to bigger things in 2023.

Who else would you add to the list of artistes to look out for in 2023?

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Source: TheNet