Education is taken very seriously in Nigeria by parents and the society in general which is why many Nigerian artists at least had a primary and secondary education before venturing into music and hitting the spotlight.
Apart from being one of the best popstars in the continent, these musicians mentioned below also have an amazing writing skills. Some may not be that good but it doesn’t look bad in totality anyways.
1. Burna Boy
Burna Boy’s sister shared a photo of his brother’s journal to show that Burna Boy conceptualized the song ‘Way too good’ all by himself during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The internet was in a frenzy when the book of Nigerian artist Wizkid was making rounds on the internet after being posted. The notebook was wizkid’s JSS 1 french note from Ijebu-Ode grammar school which he notable attended while growing up in Lagos. The book has is name Balogun Ayodeji Ibrahim boldly written and dates back to the 10th of October 2001.
Davido shared an old snapshot of a note he wrote to his mum when he was very young to his fans. The letter was a lovely and heartwarming note to his late mum which from his words on the paper showed he loved her so much.
Davido shared a snapshot of his immigration card being issued to him on his visit to Ghana on his Instagram last year which had his handwriting on it.
Mayorkun before the release of his debut album shared the names of the music producers in each of his tracks on a whiteboard. This had fans talking about the ‘Betty Butter’ crooner’s handwriting.
5. Tiwa Savage
Tiwa Savage in the photo below is seen holding a placard which she used to show solidarity in the strive towards urging the government to bring back Chibok girls that were abducted in 2015. The placard says ‘Bring back our girls please’. Her handwriting on the placard had fans talking about how she is not just a wonderful singer but has good handwriting as well.