Bella Shmurda has succeeded in addition to becoming the leader of Nigerian street hop.
Bella Shmurda’s music genuinely lacks hyperbole, which is why he’s been able to develop such a loyal following and use his talent to succeed.
Bella Shmurda is without a doubt paving the way for the new Nigerian street hop generation, which is thought to be a fusion of numerous genres and centers on giving the voice of the streets to the voiceless.
Akinbiyi Abiola Ahmed, better known by her stage name Bella Shmurda, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter whose lyrics focus on revolution and unending hardships.
Bella is a phenomenally talented singer. His debut song, “Vision2020,” which was released in 2018, has gone viral and draws attention to his musical calibre.
The song infuses a distinctive style with the lyrical sphere of the street-struggling, and the style can go either way; he can alternate between club-bangin’ songs, laid-back vibes from tropical islands, and more serious vibes.
Essentially, Bella’s introduction to a larger audience came in 2020 after Cash App, one of Zlatan’s most popular sing-along songs of the year.
On the back-to-back clean sheets, nearly outperforming on “Body Riddim” by Runtown starring Darkovibes, Bella collaborations in 2020 were part of the stepping stones and ladder to his spectacular year in the music industry.
Bella Shmurda persisted in a year that was distinguished by a ferocious pandemic. A few months after landing with a single, Bella made a comeback with the assurance “Dangbana Orisa.”
Before working together on albums, Davido and Olamide, two of the biggest names in Afrobeat music, appeared on the tracks “Fade” and “Triumphant.”
Bella Shmurda also released his debut album in 2020, a seven-track, hit-filled EP named High Tension. On the album, Bella sings about his troubles growing up in the streets, becoming famous, and coping with stardom in general.
Bella had a successful year in 2020 and received numerous nominations, including the Headies Award for the year’s top-rated performer among many others.
At least in an artistic sense, the Bella Shmurda who created “High Tension” is no longer alive.
On day 2 of Wizkid’s Made in Lagos festival, his performance was among the highlights.
Bella Shmurda came to Twitter to thank Wizkid, a.k.a. Ayo Balogun, for the opportunity and to express his delight in it.