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Monday 25 March 2024

Tekno, Runtown, Lil Kesh, Reekado Banks – Who Had The Most Hit Songs In Their Prime?

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In the ever-evolving landscape of Nigerian music, a few names stand out like TeknoRuntownLil Kesh, and Reekado Banks.

These talented artists have graced our playlists with chart-topping hits and infectious beats, leaving fans debating: who had the most hit songs in their prime?

Let’s break it down 👇

🔥 Tekno

From “Pana” to “Duro,” Tekno has solidified his status as a hitmaker. With his smooth vocals and catchy melodies, he dominated the airwaves during his prime, churning out one banger after another.

🌟 Runtown

With tracks like “Mad Over You” and “For Life,” Runtown captivated audiences with his soulful voice and irresistible grooves.

His ability to blend afrobeat with contemporary sounds earned him widespread acclaim and a legion of devoted fans.

💥 Lil Kesh

As one of the pioneers of the “Shaku Shaku” wave, Lil Kesh took the music scene by storm with hits like “Shoki” and “Efejoku

His energetic performances and infectious lyrics made him a household name among Nigerian music lovers.

🎤 Reekado Banks

From “Katapot” to “Easy Jeje” Reekado Banks captivated audiences with his smooth vocals and relatable lyrics.

His versatility and knack for crafting catchy hooks cemented his status as one of the industry’s most beloved artists.

So 👇

Who Had The Most Hit Songs In Their Prime?

It’s a tough call.

Each artist brought something unique to the table, captivating audiences with their distinctive styles and undeniable talent.


SO SAD!!!! Veteran Actor, Amaechi Muonagor Is Dead

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 Amaechi Muonagor, a veteran Nollywood actor, has passed away at the age of 61.

He reportedly died on Sunday, March 24, after battling kidney-related issues, diabetes, and stroke.

In 2023, he suffered a stroke that resulted in partial paralysis of his left leg.

He underwent weekly dialysis and physiotherapy to address the paralysis caused by the stroke.

His demise comes shortly after he appealed for financial assistance on social media to fund a kidney transplant.

The actor featured in numerous Nigerian movies and was renowned for his role in “Aki and Paw Paw,” where he portrayed the father of two mischievous young boys.

He is survived by his wife, Hope Chikodi Muonagor, and their children.


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