No song is ever complete without a chorus. And these guys know how to do it best. When another artistes needs to add spice to his song, he always calls these guys. They are:
Square Records‘ Mayokun Awodumila starts off the countdown today. Ever since his entry into the music industry, Mr. May-D has been wanted by everybody to take the hooks on their jam, even supporting label-mates with two hooks on their recent album, Invasion.
Major hooks include: Too Fine with Kel & Alaye, Farabale with Show Dem Camp, and Do As I Do with P-Square & Tiiwa Savage.
4. Banky W: Grand-Commander of the EME forces, Bankole Wellington, comes in next on the list. Regarded as one of the greatest R&B acts in the country, Mr. W also knows to deliver a great hook on a track.
Major hooks include: Too Much Money with Iceberg Slim, Very Good Bad Guy with Sound Sultan, and It Ain’t My Fault with L-Tido.
3. Wizkid: Following in his Oga footsteps, Wizzy comes in 3rd on the list. Blessed with his melodious voice and freestyling ability, not to forget that almost everybody likes him, let Wizkid carry your chorus, and you have a sure jam.
Major hooks include: Familiarity with JayRu, Fast Money, Fast Cars with M.I., and Omo To Shan with Olamide.
2. 2Face: Ex-Plantashun Boy and Bedroom Cristiano Ronaldo, Innocent Idibia takes 2nd place on my Hookers chart. One of Nigeria’s most loved and greatest exports, 2Face is known for delivering whenever he is called.
Major hooks include: Nobody with M.I., Get Down with Vector, and Stylee with DJ Jimmy Jatt, Mode 9 & Elajoe.
1. Brymo: The Chocolate boy himself, Brymo comes up number one on the list of Nigerian chorus Kings. Once you hear someone featured Brymo on a song, you already know it’s gonna be a hit. And he never, ever disappoints.
Major hooks include: Attention with 2Shotz, Oleku with Ice Prince, and Action Film with M.I.