Hot & Spicy: Top 6 Sexiest Male Musicians In The Industry

The Nigerian music industry is filled with many, many artists who have the ability to steal your girl in the blink of an eye. From clean dressers like Tekno and Phyno, handsome babyfaced artists like Kiss Daniels and Korede Bello, to very, very toned muscular guys, there’s no shred of doubt that many ladies pay to watch male musicians on stage not just because of their music or personality, but also because they want to see their favourite musicians shirtless.
Now we know there are many sexy male musicians in our industry because Nigerian men are naturally sexy. However, Vibe.ng went searching and found the top 6 sexiest Nigerian male musicians who can effortlessly steal your girl.

6. IYANYA MBUK

Since winning the maiden edition of MTN Project Fame West Africa, the Cross River born Kukere master has gone on to become one of the best male RnB musicians in the country as well as one of the sexiest. His stage performances are always filled with ladies shouting and begging the megastar to take his shirt off just so they can get a peek of his rock-hard abs. Now, if you are a guy, we highly suggest you don’t take your girl to an Iyanya concert because after watching him live, she’d rather daydream about him than continue dating you. True Story!

5. CAPITAL F.E.M.I

Although he has been relatively quiet in the music industry for a while, Femi Adeyinka a.k.a capital F.E.M.I still has his perfect masculine physique that effortlessly sweeps ladies off their feet. His voice and talent are unquestionably good, but his well-placed tattoos and his demi-god looking abs have made him a must-stop shop in fantasy land to many females in the country. 

4. D’ BANJ

The Kokomaster has been a sex symbol in the Nigerian music industry for almost 20 years now. Little wonder why almost every magazine wants to cover D’Banj since he is sure to pull all his kokolets, babylets, mamalets, and even grandmamalets to get the particular issue of the magazine.
The Ejanla ( Big fish) of the Nigerian music industry has proven that he doesn’t just get the ladies addicted to his songs, he also has a body to die for and an outstanding energy and charisma which he always puts on stage. Many girls are still reeling from the time D’Banj performed in his towel – He is that sexy.

3. PETER OKOYE

Peter is the product of combining talent, voice, and a sexy & highly toned muscular features into one. Hailing from Anambra state, he has made most of the females in the country fantasize about his physique anytime he performs on stage or dances in his music videos. The day it was announced that he got married to Lola, he trended on Twitter with more ladies crying about him being taken off the market than congratulating him on his union.

2. FLAVOUR

Chinedu Okoli a.k.a Flavour has definitely carved a niche for himself in the Nigerian music industry. He is one musician who is always ready to flaunt his sexy body for the cameras anytime – and who can blame him with a mad body like that? Flavour is one of the most crushed on artists in the industry by fans and beauty queens alike. Whew! We strongly advise you don’t let your girl see Flavour topless, because “see no evil.”

1. LYNXX

Only God himself knows how many times Lynxx has been a “Man Crush Monday/Man Crush Everyday” in this country. Chuka Edozie, is one artist who takes great pleasure in always looking good and even though he sometimes tries to hide his muscles by wearing corporate shirts and suits, his toned muscles still rip through his clothing – Yes, he is that muscular, his big guns in the picture above are definitely not photoshopped.
In a recent interview, Lynxx expressed his style stating that he feels cool in tight fitted dresses.
“Style to me is basically expressing how I feel inside and out. I like to go for the smart look. I always portray a bold look rather than the skinny jeans and sneakers look because I know am very muscular.”
Do you agree with the list, or is there anyone you feel should either be replaced or removed? Let us know your choice(s) in the comment section below.
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