List of male artistes who would have been fashion stars if they were not doing music
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- The famous Nigerian population is hardly eager to look good when it comes to business
- We recently compiled a list of male artists who would be the protagonists of fashion if they did not make music
-The list contains Wizkid, Davido, Ice Prince, Falz and Adekunle Gold
When it comes to the Nigerian entertainment industry, there is no doubt that looking good is a serious business for anyone who is going through something on their own. From actors, actresses, singers, media personalities, etc., creating the right image is important to increase the individual brand.
Still, while it’s acceptable for almost all celebrities to try to look good, there are some natural ones.
Regardless of whether they make extra efforts to create sets that come to mind or just show up in a casual dress, these know how to talk to people.
Today, we take a look at some Nigerian singers who naturally excel as influencers in fashion and style if they decide to launch music down another professional path.
Throughout their careers they have made many powerful statements on the red carpet through their sense of style. The charisma and chariot of these guys can easily make them the fashion for the ugliest clothes.
See them below:
The father of three knows his onion when it comes to making the right appearances. He is never very silly, but he knows how to keep people close to his appearances.
So much is the attraction of the singer that in 2018 he became history as the first African artist to walk the runway in a fashion show organized by the high fashion house, Dolce and Gabbana.
In addition to changes in expensive fashion brands, a love of the singer’s jewelry can easily make him the biggest influencer of a jewelry brand. He vaguely sprayed millions of naira on devices such as glasses, bracelets, rings, and so on.
3. The ice prince
The rapper is certainly the one who doesn’t take the fashion risks. From vibrant blacks to pieces that would otherwise be described as dramatic, know their onions!
He appeals to a group of young people who have been classified as "cold children". The rapper once launched a limited edition clothing line.
If the music star can successfully move from a lawyer to a complete and successful musician, launching music for fashion should also be easy for him.
Fortunately, the leader of the Sweet Boys Association does not need to make much effort to make statements with his fashion.
5. Adekunle Gold
The singer initially started the music scene with his love of Afrocentric fashion. This was very evident in his use of African engravings in music videos and other promotional images.
However, over the years, his music has evolved; AG Baby, as she is often called, continues to fall a lot for her looks. Not only has her sense of dress changed, but her hairstyle has also evolved.