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The old guard fought its way back after the chilling events of the first-half of Burna Boy and Mr. Eazi took on western, British and even LatinX opportunities. Rap music also crowned new kings. Naira Marley and Zlatan properly announced their entrance as superstars for the year. The music scene is still changing, but the dust has finally settled. We are separating the chaff from the wheat.
Zlatan 's presence was ubiquitous and powered by the zeal for zanku , a dance which is now de rigueur. They all represent an exciting crop of talents that point the way forward for Nigerian pop. Burna Boy 's new dominance, built around his excellent African Giant album, delivered on his rare talents, while the long wait for Davido 's sophomore album, A Good Time , paid off in satisfying fashion. Simi 's Omo Charlie Champagne Vol. Meanwhile, Yemi Alade exuded female strength with her latest record, Woman of Steel. Mr Eazi also notably launched his emPawa initiative to help fund Africa's promising up-and-coming artists.