Wp/igl/Ajebo Hustlers

< Wp‎ | igl
Wp > igl > Ajebo Hustlers

chi ami Nigerian Afrobeat kpamani Highlife duo ku ma kwi Port Harcourt, Nigeria, composed of Isaiah Precious a.k.a "Piego" a kéli kpamani George Dandeson a.k.a "úmàá" a rapper.[1] Ma m'ọlama ẹfu ọdọ 2010/2011 ẹfu catering companí ugbo ki ẹjẹji ma chukọlọ eyi waiter. Mafu ami Ajebo Hustlers tu ẹfu 2022 Headies Awards nwi songwriter of The Year kpamani ama du the Best Duo ẹyi Soundcity MVP Awards ẹyi 2023.[2][3][4]

Ajebo Hustlers
musical group, musical duo
Inception2014 Nwọ́che
Work period (start)2015 Nwọ́che
GenreAfrobeats Nwọ́che
Country of originNigeria Nwọ́che


Ami Ajebo Hustlers gbadufu ẹfu the capital ẹyi Rivers State, Old GRA, Port Harcourt, they met in a restaurant where they both worked as waiters. The group became official in 2015 following the release of their single "Bole and Fish remix".[5]

In 2020, "Barawo" Remix, produced by 1da Banton featuring BET Award-winning singer and songwriter Davido was their claim to fame, which enjoyed airplay and led charts in Nigeria and across the country. According to The Punch, the song addresses jungle justice, extrajudicial killings and police brutality.[6] And their 2021 single "Pronto" feauring Omah Lay, which debuted on the TurnTable Top 50 charts.[7][8]

Efu óchu ékéjo éfu ódò 2021, amí Apple Music f‘odu ñwu fanavcí kí Ajebo Hustlers che‘ne ejuodudu artistes kpaí musical duo ki d‘efu amí Nigeria's local ‘Up Next’ programme. Their debut studio album Kpos Lifestyle, Vol. 1 released the same year, established them as an important figure in the Afrobeat scene.[9][10][11]


  1. Amoye Temisan (2021-08-12). "Ajebo Hustlers solidify artistry with Pos Lifestyle Vol 1". Vanguard News (in en-GB). Retrieved 2023-02-19. 
  2. "Ajebo Hustlers Are Port Harcourt’s Latest Cherished Export - OkayAfrica". www.okayafrica.com (in English). Retrieved 2023-02-19. 
  3. Aderoju Darlene (2022-07-27). "Wizkid Leads 2022 Headies Awards Nominees: See Complete List". Billboard (in en-US). Retrieved 2023-02-19. 
  4. Emmanuel Solution (2023-02-12). "Soundcity MVP Awards 2023: Burnaboy, Kizz Daniel win (FULL WINNERS LIST)". Premium Times Nigeria (in en-GB). Retrieved 2023-02-19. 
  5. Okpala Victor (2017-10-10). "NET Exclusive: Meet Ajebo Hustlers Gang, an escape from stereotype Nigerian Pop Music". Nigerian Entertainment Today (in en-US). Retrieved 2023-02-20. 
  6. "Songs that defined #EndSARS protests". Punch Newspapers (in en-US). 2020-10-18. Retrieved 2023-02-20. 
  7. Native The (2021-04-12). "TurnTable Top 50: Teni's "For You" returns to No. 1". The NATIVE (in en-US). Retrieved 2023-02-20. 
  8. Alake Motolani (2021-03-01). "Teni’s 'FOR YOU' Spends a Second Consecutive Week at No. 1, Ajebo Hustlers’ 'Pronto' Rises to the Top 5". Pulse Nigeria (in English). Retrieved 2023-02-20. 
  9. "Ajebo Hustlers excited over Apple Music recognition". Punch Newspapers (in en-US). 2021-08-08. Retrieved 2023-02-20. 
  10. Online Tribune (2021-08-06). "Ajebo Hustlers announced as first ‘Up Next’ artistes in Nigeria". Tribune Online (in en-GB). Retrieved 2023-02-20. 
  11. "Audiomack | Free Music Sharing and Discovery". audiomack.com (in English). Retrieved 2023-02-20.