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Davido & 4 Artistes You Wont Believe Fell Off Stage During Perfomance | WATCH

Every artist has had his or her embarrassing moment, however, the following artist had the public embarrassment of falling on stage .here is a list of artist that fell while performing on stage.


Burna boy had his share of public embarrassment when he fell on stage while performing at the Headies awards 2012 with Dammy Krane. People tagged it to be karma as he threatened to shoot wack artiste for releasing noisy and wack songs. Many people thought he was referring to Tonto Dike for her she released that got a lot of criticism.


While performing at AFRIMMA awards 2017, songstress sheyi shay fell on stage.she was dancing barefooted performing her latest hit track at that time YOLO YOLO when she fell, however, she did not let that stop her performance. Sheyi said in an interview, that it was the dress she wore that caused her fall.


The highly hyped 30 billion concerts that took place at the Amahoro stadium in Kigali may have been successful but also left a long-lasting memory for Davido as he fell on stage before his performance. He, however, responded with a tweet that read, “body nur be firewood, lol”.


He fell on stage while performing at the MOBO awards in Manchester, many Nigerians also believed it was karma for aligning with Ghana to the detriment of Nigerians.


Let’s take a walk down the memory lane to when Peter fell off the stage while performing at triple 9 concerts with his then partner, Paul now known as RUDEBOY.

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I got goons from the left Goons from the right Pull up in a Rolls with a bad chicka Imana muna ga-da chikwa Phyno is among the big league Nigerian artists, which is quite impressive for someone who started out as a rapper in an industry such as ours where there is a smaller audience size for Hip-hop music. Although he has had to sing to produce commercially successful songs most times and this has been his trouble with those who know him primarily as a rapper. Phyno has however clearly stated that he was first an artist before he started rapping. He stated that he’d do whatever it takes – singing or rapping – to make hit songs. His latest effort is titled N.W.A on which he featured US-based Nigerian rapper, Wale. Read our thoughts on the new song below: @ibironketweets A team of Phyno & Wale on paper suggests a balance of indigenous and western-flavored Hip-hop music. And indeed that’s what N.W. A is – a tune composed of sonorous vibe and soft but interesting bars about loyalty, struggle and street credibility, especially from Wale. It’s the kind of music that a Californian and a music lover from Enugu can bump to when sharing a ride. Phyno held down the hook duty well, singing mostly in his dialect but could have taken this chance to clear doubts about the loss of his Hip-hop credibility. @jimancipation I’m afraid to say Phyno is a dope singer. Not for the fact that I think he is not, but because I feel it’ll be disrespect to the likes of those who have put in actual work to ensuring the craft of flexing true vocal potential isn’t drowned in the ovation of those who have mastered the art of ‘barfing on the mic’. But hey, bad as I do not want to admit, Phyno’s singing has quite some melodious flavour to it especially when you compare his prowess with those colleagues (no names called) who have also decided to try out the singing art form. Just like Fada Fada, Pino Pino, Augment, Telli Person and those other records where the playmaker showed his singing skill, this new song N.W.A comes exactly in that sonorous form. Beautiful composition of words, simple rhythm and utterly sweet melodies. Not many artists (even the ones wey claim to get voice) can achieve these feats today. Not even your faves. And so if Phyno can, should it make sense that we’re trying to limit his creative versatility because we’re all of a sudden now pressed firmly on a fix-up mission? The truth is, every time Phyno opts out of his rap persona to take on singing, there is an unusual style of musical diversity that is introduced and I think it’ll be unfair to rid the industry of that. Afterall, his recent music hits have come from him singing and they do not in any way subtract from how dope an emcee he is, or even can be.

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