Nigeria is blessed with many talents who are making waves in the music industry around the world ,there are a lot of upcoming hip hop artistes who are also ready to challenge the status quo.
Among them is the duo of D’SHAY n B’SHAY who were born in the UK to Nigerian parents of ekiti state
They started their musical career in their early teens as
members of choir of gospel faith mission in Lagos,Nigeria
When life seems not too rosy for their parents ,D’SHAY n B’SHAY took to the street for survival by Hawking at bus stops to raise funds to support their passion and love for music
The young Nigerian fast rising artistes have amassed an unmistakable underground hip hop fan base that have made their tracks and songs to feature on UK hip hop chart
D’SHAY’s track ‘swag’ which has become popular among University students in the UK has led to sold out shows in the city of London
His first mixtape ‘thank my enemies’ which was released in 2018 was on number 13 on the iTunes Uk hip hop chart.
The mixtape featured one of the duo’s first official collaborations,’Fuck it up’,this was followed up with their first single ‘IDK which remained on number 6 on the iTunes UK hip hop chart
The Duo’s bond continued to soar making them to believe in their dreams in anticipation for 2021 mixtape ‘Vaccine Packk which became their highest debut on number 2 on the ITunes UK hip hop chart and becoming one of the selling records during that period
The UK born artistes have a unique style that blends hip hop,R&B afro beats and emo music which is influenced by their role models such as Kanye West,Drake,Kenny Rogers ,Eminem,Lil Wayne,P Square,2 Face Idibia ,Davido and Wizkid
Their kind of songs tackles struggle,rejection ,heart break and self expression which they transform into lyrics and and rythym
The Duo who are presently in Nigeria with their tracks making waves on DJ’s turn tables ,radio stations and naija mixtapes .
According to D’SHAY, ‘we are ready to push our songs to new heights ,pave way to the top and break borders with our kind of music in Nigeria and beyond ‘he concluded’