10 Afrobeats Siblings You Should Know

By: David Balogun

Join us on an intriguing exploration of 10 Afrobeats siblings you should know.

1. Teni & Niniola

Niniola and Teni, sisters sharing the same mother, both found fame in Afrobeats - Niniola in 2014 with "Ibadi" and Teni in 2018 with "Case."

2. 2Baba & Hi Idibia

2Baba's lesser-known brother, Hi Idibia, had a sporadic music career, notably appearing on "Oyi" from 2Baba's 2020 album "Warriors."

3. Don Jazzy & D'Prince

Don Jazzy and D’Prince, blood brothers, rose in Mo’Hits Records and are now prominent figures in the Nigerian music scene.

4. D'banj & KaySwitch

D’Banj and KaySwitch, brothers from Mo’Hits Records, share a close bond. KaySwitch later signed with D’Banj’s  DB Records.

5. Davido & B-Red

B-Red and Davido, close cousins due to their fathers being blood brothers, gained fame together under HKN Records.

6. M.I Abaga & Jesse Jagz

M.I Abaga and Jesse Jagz, blood brothers, are rap legends known for their talents and versatility.

7. Olamide & DJ Enimoney

Olamide and DJ Enimoney, siblings by blood, collaborated on "Oya Dab" in 2016 and are part of YBNL.

8. DJ Cuppy & Tolani

DJ Cuppy’s half-sister Tolani Otedola is an R&B artiste, and her half-sister, Temi Otedola, is engaged to Mr. Eazi.

9. P-Square

P-Square, the iconic twin brothers, are the most prominent duo in contemporary African music.

10. Burna Boy & Nissi

 Burna Boy’s gifted younger sister, Nissi, is managed by their mother, Bose Ogulu, in the music industry.

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