“SURULERE” is a popular word from the Yoruba dialect which means “Patience is Profitable”. It is also the perfect word for the famous #ThrowbackThursday.
This post is not intended to bore you with a lot of words but to actually agree with the wisdom phrase “Patience is Profitable”.
Then again, what if I tell you, patience with money involved is more profitable!!
This is the case of some top African entertainers (mostly Nigerians) who have hustled enough to make a living for themselves at the same time, entertain us.
Allow JAGUDA take you down memory lane with #Throwback photos of some of your favorite artists.
Esegine Allen, better known by his stage name Orezi, rose to prominence with his song “Rihanna” in 2013.
Michael Owusu Addo professionally known as Sarkodie. Ghanaian hip hop recording artist and entrepreneur from Tema.
Teniola Apata, better known as Teni, is a [Nigerian] singer, songwriter and entertainer. Swept the industry off its feet with back to back hi tunes.
Jude Abaga, better known as M.I Abaga, is a Nigerian hip hop recording artist and record producer. He has been the CEO of Chocolate City since June 2015.
Omoniyi Temidayo Raphael, widely known as Zlatan Ibile is a Nigerian Indigenous rapper, songwriter and pioneer of the “Zanku Dance”.
Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, known professionally as Wizkid, started recording music at age 11. In 2009, he signed a record deal with Empire Mates Entertainment.
More or less a legend in the music industry, Michael Collins Ajereh, better known as Don Jazzy, is a Nigerian record producer, singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur. He co-founded the now defunct record label Mo’ Hits Records in 2004. Following the closure of the aforementioned record label, Don Jazzy set up Mavin Records on May 8, 2012.