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Online videos that genuinely explain the proverb “Never give up on anything” have appeared, and this time they discuss the journey of now-famous Nigerian celebrities during their difficult early years.

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Tiwa Savage, Wizkid, Tems, Rema, Fireboy, Oxlade, and Zinoleesky are some of the artists featured in the nostalgia videos.

Tiwa Savage, who is younger and is still vying for stardom, can be seen in the old video providing backup vocals for musicians in London.

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As of that point, Tiwa Savage had not yet made it big in the Nigerian music scene, but he had made the decision to keep trying until he launched his debut album, “Once upon a time,” which had songs like “Kele Kele love,” “Love Me,” and “Ife Wa Gbona,” among others.

Tiwa Savage currently has more than 16 million Instagram followers and boasts a number of top-charting tracks as of the time this post was filled. Nonetheless, Tiwa Savage has persisted in putting both the name of the nation and Afrobeats on the map of the world.

Wizkid was also included in the previous video performing in the studio as a rapper, but thanks to all the awards he has received, he is now one of the most well-known and wealthy Afrobeats artists. The popular Afrobeats song “Essence” by Wizkid has done extremely well for the culture.

A much younger Rema, who aspires to become well-known in the Nigerian music industry, is also in the video. Rema is currently a well-known singer with a number of hits; his song “Calm Down” is the first African song to receive 400 million YouTube views.

Moreover, Fireboy and Oxlade were depicted in the video when they were younger. The two were observed giving a neighborhood performance for residents who displayed natural singing abilities.

Tems, who has since won a Grammy Award, is also seen in the film making a valiant effort to make his songs current as a rising musician.

As a result of their continued success in the Afrobeats and Nigerian music industries, the videos demonstrate that consistency is the key.

Watch videos below (Swipe to view);

https://www.instagram.com/p/CpnGpX2LKAm/?utm_source=ig_embed&ig_rid=f38708e3-0be8-462b-a30d-95f9c9cd6ed4&ig_mid=31327D7C-D48E-4981-9365-07AA521C276C

See reactions below;

osustech_diary:  As a member of the Comment Reading Association (CRA), I’m only here to read comments. Please keep the comments short and simple. We do appreciate your typing effort. Also please watch your spelling. Thank you and have a great day!

obaksolo:  Consistency & Grace.

oven_secret: Talent is never enough! Opportunity will meet you half way while being consistent and that will lead to Success … Give up and lose it all!

kiing_izuu: E be like Na after this studio session wey Rema thief the laptop.

drchristianshola: I AM PROPHET CHRISTIAN SHOLA, If you believe your dreams will come through this year hit the LIKE botton.

viktor_arts_: Too bad someone got to them before me, I for sign a few.

dorisdobi: Only people who know they lack value and competence jump into doing fraud to make fast money. Growth is supposed to pass through a process.

klaf_danielofkd: Rema can’t say but I think he was already living alright before the hit .

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