Nigerian artists you never knew studied Law
Nigerian artists with Law degree
Nigerian artists, You Never Knew Are Lawyers
Mp3bullet.ng presents Nigerian artists you didn’t know studied Law.
The Nigerian entertainment industry used to be thought of as a field for dropouts who had nothing else to do.
That narrative is long gone, and some of the most famous people in entertainment today are university graduates.
The majority of people you meet in Nigeria, including those who hold the highest-level creative positions and those who have become our most well-known celebrities, all have very “practical” degrees.
A law degree is one of these degrees that is extremely common among most creative people.
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Mp3bullet.ng compiles a list of Nigerian artists who studied Law.
Nigerian rapper Sasha P is a graduate of law from the University of Lagos. After earning her degree, the successful rapper joined the music and fashion industries.
Falz has a popular father, Femi Falana, who is a well-known lawyer in Nigeria. So, when Falz enrolled in the University of Reading in the United Kingdom to study law, everyone assumed he would go into practice.
However, music and acting ultimately beckoned to him, and Falz is today a very popular artiste.
Omawumi, a formidable singer, is a graduate of Ambrose Ali University in Ekpoma, Edo State, where she majored in law.
After finishing school, she spent a short time working for her brother’s company, OS Megbele and Associates, before eventually competing in Idols West Africa, where she got her big break and started pursuing music professionally.
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Oladipo Olamide Emmanuel professionally known as Chinko Ekun is a Nigerian rapper and songwriter. Chinko graduated from OAU with a law degree. He became passionate about music at the age of 7.
His passion for pop and rap music developed throughout his first year of university. In 2011, Chinko posted online videos of his freestyle to launch his musical career.
His debut official track, “Ekun,” was released by him in 2013. He appeared on Olamide’s Street OT music album in 2014.