The Nigerian music industry is filled with great and amazing Musicians. Some of these Musicians have striking resemblance with their fathers.

I present to you list of Nigerian Musicians who look so much like their Father.

1. Davido

Davido is a famous Nigerian singer, songwriter, contemporary artist, and a record producer. He is the CEO of a record label Davido Music Worldwide (DMW).

Davido look so much like his father. His eyes, nose and shape of his face is so much like his father. He has a striking resemblance.

2. Flavour

Flavour is a popular Nigerian singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He has been in the music industry for many years.

Flavour has a striking resemblance with his father, Banjamin Onyemaechi Okoli.

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3. Mr Eazi

Mr Eazi is a a famous Nigerian singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur.

He looks so much like his father. His nose, cheeks and forehead is enough to convince you that he has a striking resemblance with his father.

4. Don Jazzy

Don Jazzy is a Nigerian record producer, singer, songwriter, entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is the CEO of Mavin Records.

Don Jazzy looks so much like his father. He and his father have the same facial look.

5. Reekado Banks

Reekado Banks is a Nigerian singer and songwriter who was discovered by Don Jazzy.

He and his father has a Striking Resemblance. His father is a Pastor from Ondo State.

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6. Lionel Orji

Lionel Orji is a Nigerian Gospel Musician, model and entrepreneur. He is the only son of Zack Orji, a Nollywood Legend.

Lionel looks so much like his father. They both has a striking resemblance.

Which of these Musicians is your favorite? Let know in the Comment section….S££ MOR£

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