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Ranking Our Best COLORS Performances By Nigerian Artists
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Ranking Our Best COLORS Performances By Nigerian Artists 

COLORS has, for years, has collaborated with the best artists on each continent to entertain us with their finest work, debuting their music on the show.

From veteran artists to upcoming artists, what better way to make your songs memorable than giving us an outstanding performance? 

We’ve seen spectacular versions of songs featured on the YouTube channel, be it vocal performances or those tailored performances we wish Apple Music or Spotify had. 

In addition to the sound, the visuals and production value ensure each performance is unique and the songs are kept alive in our memories.

Here’s a ranking of our favourite performances from some of Nigeria’s

talented artists.

5. Bryann “Juju Part 2.” 

Before his grand entrance into the Big Brother Naija “Level up” house, Bryann graced our ears with the performance of his song, Juju part. 2. Through the BBN show, he has continued to prove his musical prowess. 

4. Rema “Fame.”

Mavin’s Rema shows another side to his artistry with this performance, proving he will eat up any trap record anytime and any day.

3. Ayra Starr – “ASE”

Mavin’s ethereal songstress is no stranger to devouring songs with her stunning vocals, and this performance wasn’t different. Ayra Starr, in her bubblegum pink outfit, delivered ASE; a song that calls out social hypocrisy and discrimination.

2. Oxlade – KU LO SA 

The impact of Oxlade’s  KU LO SA performance cannot be denied; from Instagram reels to TikTok covers; Oxlade’s big comeback from his infamous scandal was loud.

1. Tiwa Savage – Attention

#1 African Bad Gyal tops our ranking of the best COLORS shows performance; not only did Tiwa show us her vocal range, but she also narrated every emotion to us through her voice. Unforgettable.

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