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Entertainment : Will Terry G Stage A Comeback Just Like Obesere?



Nigerian energetic singer and songwriter Gabriel Oche Amanyi, popularly known as Terry G came to limelight in 2006 after his ‘Akpako Master’ single enjoyed huge airplay across the country and far beyond.

Terry G who was born in Benue State in 1986 is arguably Nigeria most energetic stage performer which many critics says might be due to drug use but the 34-year-old musician says he stopped taking drugs since 2014 during an interview with newsmen.

It is yet unknown whether Terry G who was once rave of the moment in Nigeria music industry will stage a comeback after going underground for sometime now just like Abass Akande Obesere is rebranding his musical career.

Abass Akande Obesere was out of limelight for years since the drop in Fuji genre of music drop significantly with many music lovers listening to more of Afrobeat and Afropop.


Obesere comeback by capitalising on his newfound popularity on social media with his “Egungun Be Careful” meme gaining so much popularity among the youths.

Obesere pounced on the opportunity and acceptance to release a remix of “Egungun Be Careful” where he featured rapper and Zanku crooner, Zlatan Ibile on the song.

Meanwhile, Abass Akande Obesere , popularly known as ‘Omo Rapala’ says he will be embarking on a tour of four countries by April although it is yet unknown whether the tour will still go ahead as most countries are now on lockdown because of coronavirus pandemic ravaging the world.

Obesere is just one out of many musicians in Nigeria struggling to revive their dying/ dead music career by tapping into the power of social media acceptance and ts increasing popularity in Nigeria just like other part of the world.

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Another singer who recently staged a comeback is Bigiano “shayo Master” who has gone into oblivion since early 2013.


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