Talent and self-control are more valuable than fame. Afrobeat maestros are more than just gifted musicians who have topped world music charts.
Through their clothing, they have been able to draw the attention of the world from a different dimension.
Their wealth has also assisted them in reaching the pinnacle of the fashion industry. In this article, we will discuss the top four Afrobeat stars whose fashion sense has frequently dominated the fashion forum.
The beauty of their dominance can be seen in the video below.
Wizkid, the Nigerian sensational singer, is the most well-dressed Nigerian Music stars, in the Nigerian Afrobeat curriculum, as your expectations have been transcribed only with the reality.
Balogun, Ibrahim Even when he was poor, Ayo, the Grammy Award-winning maestro, was interested in fashion, his financial incapabilities obstructed him in attaining a greater height as at then.
Wizkid rose to prominence following the release of his hit album "Superstar," which featured the hit single "Holla at your boy." Many fans adored him and shared their social media status updates with him. He grew steadily and progressively.
Wizkid was able to go solo just after his contract with EME, a record label owned by a Nigerian talented businessman and music legend, Banky W, expired due to his consistency.
He relaunched his career with the release of his third studio album, 'Ayo.' The viral success of 'Ojuelegba' drew Drake's attention, and he remixed it with other top stars. Wizkid rose to prominence quickly and received worldwide acclaim.
Ever since then, he has bagged various impressive collection of major music awards.
Despite these facts, Wizkid has inspired various fashion brands by demonstrating how he creates various exciting dressing codes in his current mortality.
David Adeleke, who is known professionally by his stage name Davido, is currently Nigerian second best-dressed Afrobeat singer.
His fashion sense differs from Wizkid's, propelling him to the top.
He favors heavy denim and trousers, as well as expensive jewelry, sneakers, shoes, and large custom T-shirts. He enjoys suits as well, but he does not wear them frequently.
Davido began his musical career as a music producer before making a name for himself in the Afrobeat curriculum and amassing a large fan base with his songs.
His first album, 'Omo Baba Olowo,' received international acclaim, fueling his desire to achieve more, and he has managed to maintain his peak and hierarchy to this day.
Davido's fashion sense has inspired and liked by a reasonable amount of people, who strive to look like him all the time.
Since achieving fame and balance at his peak, Nigerian singer Adekunle Gold has mastered the art of enchanting dressing.
Without a doubt, he is Nigeria's third best-dressed Afrobeat musician.
In the majority of his music videos and tours, Adekunle Gold discovers thrillers while wearing highly designed clothing. He'd debuted quite a few of them.
After working for YBNL, which is owned by Nigerian rapper Olamide, and releasing several hit songs, including 'Sade' and 'Orente,' the talented singer rose to prominence.
His songs debuted on multiple Billboard charts, and he grew a sizable fan base. This compelled him to go it alone and release a number of songs that helped to reshape his name.
Since changing genres, the 'Catch me if you can' crooner has never failed to entertain his social media fans with his fashion sense.
Kiss Daniel, a Nigerian singer-songwriter, is well-known in the country. Daniel is also regarded as one of the most fashionable celebrities in Nigeria.
He often debut suits and foreign clothing inspired by ideas.
Kizz Daniel (Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe) rose to prominence following the release of his hit song 'Woju' under G Worldwide, where he released the majority of the songs that drew him a large and loyal fan base.
Following a squabble with G Worldwide, he went solo and founded his own record label, 'Fly Boy Inc. An Empire, which he founded with all of his energy and resources. Since then, he has won numerous music awards.