Synonyms for naeto or Related words with naeto

olamide              davido              patoranking              banj              skales              timaya              phyno              sarkodie              ruggedman              praiz              cassper              banky              waje              chidinma              omawumi              nyovest              brymo              illbliss              tuface              mafikizolo              wizkid              lynxxx              iyanya              niyola              eldee              supa              butta              efya              stonebwoy              anatii              alade              samklef              shaydee              shatta              sizzla              modenine              okmalumkoolkat              popcaan              chuddy              mavado              ipupa              kcee              gyptian              sneakbo              runtown              mohombi              naija              dwele              bangz              refix             



Examples of "naeto"
Nigeria entertainment industry. In 2008, Nigerian rapper Naeto C
She is also the mother of Nigerian rapper Naeto C.
In 2010 Naeto pursued a MSc in Energy Studies at the University of Dundee in Scotland.
Ogunlewe Seye (Athlete), Naeto C (Music Artist), Idia Aisien (Model and Media personality)
Judges: HHP (South Africa), Naeto C (Nigeria), Nazizi (Kenya), Proverb (South Africa), Zeus (Botswana)
"Ten Over Ten" is the third single from Nigerian rapper Naeto C's Super C Season album. It was released on August 16, 2010.
2009: "All Around The A" - ("by" Proverb, Naeto C, HHP, Nazizi, Zeus, Tamarsha & Cibil Nyte) (5:15)
Produced by Don Juan (Octave Couplet).
Waconzy has collaborated with Banky W. (Jagolova), Faze (Champion), Duncan Mighty (I Celebrate Remix), Naeto C (Hallelujah Remix), Truth Hurts ( Club on fire remix)
Super C Season is the second studio album by Nigerian rap artist, Naeto C. It was released on February 7, 2011, and is available for download on iTunes.
Wande Coal has also recorded tracks with other Nigerian artists including ikechukwu, Naeto C, Dr SID, D'Prince, Wizkid and many more.
Storm Records, (a record company based in Lagos, Nigeria) had been trying to sign the World Famous Akademy for some time, and since Naeto had decided to pursue his career as a musician he agreed along with the rest of the WFA. But they did not return to Nigeria until early 2006, when Ikechukwu released his debut album, "Son Of the Soil". That album laid the grounds for Naeto C and the WFA. Working as an in-house producer with his newly discovered production team “ET-Quake” (consisting of TY Mix and VC Perez), Naeto was able to display his production skills working with Storm artists like Sasha, Dare Art-Alade, GT the Guitarman, Disconnect, Saro-Wiwa and Nkiru. Within a year of working with the aforementioned artists, Naeto had successfully recorded over 60 songs including his most recent album material (a bulk of which he co-produced with ET-Quake).
"Naeto C" has recorded over 50 songs for his debut with production that transcends today’s hip hop sound MO HIT RECORD, May 2008 From the Fela inspired “Lagos City Hustla” the most articulate reflection of Hip-Hop/Afro-beat till date to the down-south-melody-stricken first single “Sitting on Top”, Naeto C has broken all boundaries and surpassed more limits than any up and coming artist, lyrically and production wise according to MO HIT RECORD.
Laoye was the only female contender alongside top male Nigerian Artists - M.I, Banky W. and Naeto C for the HipHop World Revelation (Best New Artist) category of the 2009 HipHop World Awards.
Naetochukwu Chikwe (born 17 December 1982), stage name Naeto C, is a Nigerian rapper, Afrobeat artist and record producer. He was born in Houston, Texas and is of Nigerian origin.
The song is produced by Nigerian producer Ty Mix whom Naeto C has collaborated with on a handful of songs including seven different ones on his Super C Season album.
A notable production achievement is the "I Believe" song Naeto wrote and co-produced with VC Perez (member of ET-Quake), which features himself, an up-and-coming R&B/Gospel artist, Sheun and Hugh Masekela from South Africa. Within the same year Naeto garnered a lot of experience performing, from Ikechukwu’s album launch to Chanel O awards to the I Believe Tour to Always promo tour with Sasha and many more gigs, in preparation for the phenomenal MTN Homecoming Concert, headlined by a popular friend, Nigerian pop sensation, D’banj.
The festival's full line-up included: Ice Prince, Phyno, Naeto C, Chidinma, Dammy Krane, Blink, Poe, Boj, Teezee, Ayo Jay, Emma Nyra, Patoranking, Lynxx, Jesse Jagz, Oritse Femi, Orezi, Reminisce, Efya, DJ Obi, DJ Caise, DJ Hazan, DJ Cuppy, DJ Kaywise, Falz, Pucado, Yung L, and Endia.
In 1991, Obi founded Storm Productions, a Nigerian entertainment company whose record label arm is notable for ushering in a new generation of Nigerian musical talent, including popular acts such as Naeto C, Ikechukwu, Sasha P, Tosin Martins, Banky W, among others, who changed and developed the Nigerian music landscape
Upon its release, the song became an instant success, gaining positive reviews from music lovers. The song was one of the most popular songs of 2010 along with Naeto C's "Ten Over Ten" and D'banj's "Scapegoat". The song helped popularize the Minna native. Until the release of "Oleku", Ice Prince was relatively unknown.
M.I's popularity has grown quickly over the years in Nigeria as he has become one of the most critically acclaimed rap artists, and has recently been compared to other artists like Naeto C, el Dee, D'banj, 9ice and Mode 9. He was listed as the fourth most talented rapper in Nigeria by online music site Notjustok.com.