Top Influencial Muscians In Africa 2018

Top Influencial Muscians In Africa 2018

Music has become very important aspect in the Human world, almost every human being love to listening to music, it has become  the world greatest interest. Music is play everywhere in every corner in the world.
Africa as a continent has many talented musicans in all the 54 countries we have in Africa. This musicans has brought some kind of impact in the life of the young ones in the various society in Africa countries.

Here are some of the few top influencial Musicans in Africa in year 2018:

Davido is Nigeria musican who has been honoured in so many occasion, the multiply award winner and recent winner BET award 2018 has become African No. 1 influencial musican in the 2018. the artist has signed more than three young musicans in his OBO record label, he has an idol for most young people in Africa.

Sarkodie is a Ghanaian based musican with many awards, Since his life time in the Music industry, he have made some impact in the Ghana music industry by helping young talented musicans in his SarkCess Music group. Almost all of his musics is said to have motivational message that empowers the young to be hardworkiing and stay focus.
Diamond Platium

Platium is Tanzanian muscian and a dancer with many collabration from other in musicans in both Africa and Europe, His sytle of music has more impact on the young in Africa since good music is what make people love musice, Diamond is a multiply award winner, since 2009 that he started his music career, Platium has release 5 albums.
 Cassper Nyvest

Refiloe Maele Phoolo (born 16 December 1990), professionally known as Cassper Nyovest, is a South African recording artist and record producer,His debut album Tsholofelo was released on 18 July 2014. He is currently signed to his own independent label and Media Company, 

Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun (born 16 July 1990), known professionally as Wizkid, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter. He started recording music at age 11 and managed to release a collaborative album with the Glorious Five, a group he and a couple of his church friends formed. 

In 2009, he signed a record deal with Banky W.'s record label Empire Mates Entertainment (E.M.E). He rose to prominence in 2010 with the release of the song "Holla at Your Boy" from his debut studio album, Superstar (2011). "Tease Me/Bad Guys", "Don't Dull", "Love My Baby", "Pakurumo" and "Oluwa Lo Ni" were also released as singles from the Superstar album. Wizkid's self-titled second studio album, Ayo, was released in September 2014 and was preceded by six singles: "Jaiye Jaiye", "On Top Your Matter", "One Question", "Joy", "Bombay" and "Show You the Money". Wizkid has become a legend in the Nigerian music industry.

 Dolar Yves

Dolar Yves is a Congoles Songwriter and Singer who have been honoured in the Democratic Republic of Congo music industry, Dolar and his style of doing music has made  Congo being recongonize by other countries. He has collabrate with many great musicians, his lifestyle and his way of music has made the youth look up to him .


Ejigayehu Shibabaw, known by her stage name Gigi (born October 21, 1974) is an Ethiopian singer. Considered a huge contemporary artist, she has performed the music of Ethiopia in combination with a wide variety of other genres, often in collaboration with her husband Bill Laswell, a bassist and producer. Gigi recorded two albums for the expatriate Ethiopian community, but it was her 2001 album, titled simply Gigi, that brought her widespread attention. She had been noticed by Palm Pictures owner Chris Blackwell, who had years earlier introduced reggae to the mainstream through his former label, Island Records. Blackwell and Gigi's producer (and later, husband) Bill Laswell, decided to use American jazz musicians (including Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Pharoah Sanders, and others) to accompany Gigi on the album.

 Ramy Essam

Ramy Essam (Arabic: رامى عصام‎, pronounced [ˈɾɑːmi ʕeˈsˤɑːm]; born 1987) is an Egyptian musician.[1] He is best known for his appearances in Tahrir Square in Cairo during the Egyptian Revolution of 2011. Ramy was born in 1987 in Mansoura, Egypt.[2] Ramy is one of the few singers in Middle East to sing hard rock.
In 2011 Ramy exploded into international fame as the real voice of the Egyptian revolution. His songs spread like wildfire among the demonstrators, and during the height of the uprising Ramy performed in front of millions of people in the Tahrir Square. His song Irhal, 


Toofan is a musical group founded in 2005 in Togo whose instrumental is about a new concept in West African music: the "cool-catché". The dance itself seems simple, but it is a mixture of neck movements accompanied by a presentation of the feet opposed to the logic imposed by the movements of the neck. This concept was the subject of a report by France 24 as summer music. More precisely, it is the C'est magik clip that has benefited from this.
The group is also known for a new concept, the "gweta", appeared in 2013 and whose gesture aims to "dodge the jealous".
The group is composed of Masta Just and Barabas. He composed the Anthem of the African Cup of Nations Football 2012 2 and 2015.


Stonebwoy is the stage name of Livingstone Etse Satekla, a Ghanaian Afropop, dancehall and reggae artiste. He is the CEO of Burniton Music Group. In 2015, he won Best International Act: Africa at the 2015 BET Awards and Artist of the Year at the 2015.He also won the Artist of the year at the Ghana Music Awards, he was recently signed into Ghanaian popular record



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