Today we have compiled a list of the five celebrities that should release biographies soon.
With the news that 2face Idibia will be releasing a book titled 'A Very Bad Guy' on Friday, September 18, 2015, it seems the time is ripe for Nigerian celebrities to have biographies and autobiographies.
Today we have compiled a list of the five celebrities that should release biographies soon. Below is a list of five Nigerian celebrities that we would love to read their books.
2face Idibia - The life and times of 2face Idibia is interesting, from his days with Plantashun Boyz to him signing to Kennis Music. Also, his rise to the top of the pop industry and how he eventually became Nigeria's biggest pop export would have a lot of stories and tales about the music industry and his personal life. Of course, there should be chapters of his love life and baby mamas.
Fela Anikulapo-Kuti - This will definitely be a best seller. The son of a Reverend and a woman rights activist dumping medicine for music, and creating one of the most powerful genres of music known to man is a story that is made of legends. A Fela biography will have a lot of intrigues and stories about the 'Black President' who fought a lot of military dictators. His death from AIDS will be the anti-climatic ending for one of Africa's most enigmatic individuals.
Majek Fashek - The Reggae icon's biography will be a cautionary tale of drug abuse. Starting from Majek Fashek's humble days in Charly Boy's studio to him performing at David Letterman Show, and losing his fame and fortune to drugs. The biography should end with notes from the Rain Maker in rehab.
Dagrin - This is a no brainer. A rising star who had the world in front of me and died before he could cement his legacy in the rap music scene in Nigeria. At the tragic end of the book, their should be interviews with rappers Phyno, Olamide and Reminisce on Dagrin's legacy.
Onyeka Onwenu - Why shouldn't we have a book about the woman known as the Elegant Stallion. The music industry is hard for a woman now, imagine how it would have been for a woman in the 80's. Onyeka Onwenu would surely have tales about the male dominated industry back then, and sexism.
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