If a song is good it can never fade away no matter how old it becomes, just like we can never forget the artiste who gave us hot jams that we rocked.
Where are they now? Where did they go to? Who signed their request for leave?
We bring to you 6 artiste who once have given us good music at one time or the other but suddenly went off the radar.
He seemed full of promise and talented enough to roll with the high tides of the music industry, so it baffles us that he got washed off like sand on the seashore.
There was the constant comparison between his music and Dbanj’ as their music and style were quite similar, did that have an effect on his career?
She went off from the industry in 2015 and according to her interview with Daily Post, she left because she discovered there was no love in the industry.
Even after she won the Channel O award, she didn’t receive the reception she expected, she was overwhelmed by the ‘hate’ and couldn’t continue anymore.
Well, in 2008 Obiwon transitioned to gospel music genre and even released an album in 2015 and then, boom, silence! I guess Onyinye did steal him and his heart away.
Sadly, even with her talents and wits, the IYA YIN crooner never gave us an album. Do you think she would have made it in the industry if she stayed till now?
2. Cynthia Morgan
Cynthia Morgan has always been entering the news for the wrong reasons.
Like other musicians, fans believed he left music because it wasn’t paying his bills any longer and frustration had set in. But Kas Denied such claims and stated that he was called by God.
Nigerian musician, Kas, has revealed why he quit the music industry in the latter of 2017 to become a pastor.
This shocked so many of his fans, but he has come out to explain why he decided to become a man of God.
When he was interviewed by Vanguard, he revealed that;
“Yes, I’m receiving the anointing from the Holy Spirit, real talk, it’s no joke. I don’t know when people will believe I’m saying the truth”.
“The thing is when you have been called people find it hard to believe. I’m an ashawo musician, I’m not an afro-beat artiste; I always say it that I’m an ashawo musician”.
“When I was 7-years old I made a covenant with God that if He can make me a popular musician, in return I will serve Him. God did his part and I became a popular musician but in return I was running”.
“Six pastors at six different times told me that I’m supposed to be a pastor. After a while my mom told me that if God really called me He would reveal Himself to me in a dream”.
“It was like a joke but God later revealed Himself to me and I saw everything from the beginning of the ministry to what it would end up being”.
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