Saturday, September 17, 2016

7 Nigerian Musicians That Can Pick Up A White Collar Job Anyday

Can you imagine popular Nigerian artistes like sultry Tiwa Savage as a banker, hilarious Falz as a seasoned Barrister or maybe think of  Bez working with MTN or GLO?

Besides being famous for their music and arts, some very popular Nigerian artistes hold various university degrees that bear sharp contrast to what we have known them for.

By any means, if music failed or they got tired, they could do very well as professionals backed by their university degrees.

Take a peek, and get inspired!

1. Falz
“It’s the life we chose I could have been in chambers/No regrets this one the pay pass” You heard it first hand from Falz. The comic rapper could make a fine barrister it’s in the blood tho. Falz has LLB honours degree in Law, from University of Reading, UK.

2. Dr Sid
The doctor in his name is not a mere title. Dr Sid is a Dentist by profession after studying Dental Surgery at University of Ibadan. This guy sure knows how to floss.

3. Simi
Sensational singer and “Jamb Question” crooner holds a degree in Mass Communication from Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State. She once said in an interview she would love to be an OAP if she wasn’t doing music.

4. Bez
The soul and alternative singer is a graduate of Covenant University. He has a BSc in Information and Communications Technology. He can easily land a job with Telecom giants like Glo, MTN etc.

5. Omawumi
Omawumi knows the rudiments of law as she is a fine lawyer. She holds LLB honours in Law after graduating from Ambrose Ali University.

6. Tiwa Savage
Before taking a full dive into music, Tiwa Savage worked briefly as a banker with the Bank of Scotland. She is a graduate of Business Administration from the University of Kent, UK.

7. NaetoC
Naetochukwu graduated with a BSc. in Biology from George Washington University, US. He also holds an MSc in Energy Studies from University of Dundee, Scotland. It is believed the rapper also studied Energy Economics at the University of Oxford.

No comments:

Post a Comment