Nigeria’s Top 10 Music Producers 2022

Nigeria’s Top 10 Music Producers 2022

Singing is one thing, but producing a song’s beautiful beat elevates it to a higher level because no performer can sing without music producers.

Because the average Nigerian listens more to the beat than the song itself, music producers have been an integral part of our culture.

Professional music production is technical and creative.
It calls for honed listening abilities, proficiency with recording technology, and in-depth musical knowledge.

The year 2022 has been amazing for the Nigerian music industry, with hit after hit, but we must recognize the creators of each song.

The top 10 music producers for 2022 are listed below.

1. Magicsticks

Magicsticks is the producer of all of Asake’s songs; in fact, he produced Asake’s album “Mr Money With The Vibe,” and if you hear “Tune into the King of Sounds and Blues” in any of Asake’s songs, that’s him. Magicsticks is responsible for the majority of the hit songs this year (2022).

He collaborated with Asake to produce DJ Spinall’s “Pallazo,” Oxlade and Mayorkun’s “Bad Boy,” Mayorkun’s “Oshey Boys,” and Tiwa Savage’s “Loaded.”

2. P2J

P2J is Wizkid’s personal producer, and he worked on nearly all of the songs of “More Love, Less Ego.”
On Burna Boy’s “Love Damini,” he also contributed four songs: “Science,” “Whiskey,” “Dirty Secrets,” and “For My Hand.”

He also contributed two tracks to Omah Lay’s “Boy Alone,” I and “Tell Everybody.”

3. Reward Beatz

The producer of Kizz Daniel’s popular song “Buga” and Iyanya’s “Like,” which features Davido and Kizz Daniel, is Reward Beatz.

Reward Beatz, popularly known as Banger, produced Young Jonn’s “Xtra Cool.”

4. P-Prime

The starboy producer P-Prime is well-known for adding the letters “P” or “Giddem” to the beginning or conclusion of each of his works.

He worked on the songs “Bandana” by Fireboy DML featuring Asake, “Electricity” by Davido and Pheelz, “Pressure” by Wizkid, “Alone” by Burna Boy, “Majo” by DJ Tunez, and all of the songs on Asa’s album “V.”

5. Blaisebeatz

Another excellent producer is Blaisebeatz, who became well-known in 2020 thanks to the smash song “Pami” by DJ Tunez.

The songs “Call Me Everyday” by Chris Brown and Wizkid, “Cough” by Kizz Daniel, “Buga” with Reward Beatz, “Ess Mama” by Blaqbonez, “In My Mind” and “LOOSE EMOTIONS” by Buju(BNXN), “In My Mind” and “LOOSE EMOTIONS” by Buju(BNXN), “No Wahala” by 1daBaton, and others.


Mavins Records‘ internal producer ANDRE VIBEZ is responsible for some of this year’s biggest hits, including Rema‘s “Calm Down” and “Dirty,” the record-breaking “Won Da Mo,” and Ayra Starr‘s “Rush.”

7. Tempoe

Tempoe, who is well known for the tag “MD!” is the producer of Victony’s “Soweto” and Omah Lay’s “Soso.”

He also worked on Joeboy’s “Contour,” MI Abaga’s “The Front Door” with Duncan Mighty, and Bad Boy Timz’s “Iz Going.”

8. Kukbeats

Ever wonder how Ruger was able to have so many top songs?
The answer is Kukbeat, of course.

He created the songs “Dior,” “Snapchat,” and the currently popular song “Asiwaju” for Ruger.

9. Niphkeys

Another successful producer this year, Niphkeys is most known for creating the amapiano beat and is the mind behind the majority of Zinoleesky‘s amapiano songs.

In this year (2022), he produced Reekado Banks“Man of The Year,” Skiibi‘s “Bobo,” Omah Lay’s “I’m a Mess,” Mohbad‘s “Ronaldo,” Zinoleesky’s “Rocking,” “Loving You,” and “Blessing,” and Mohbad’s “Ronaldo.”

10. Rexxie

Rexxie must be included on this list because he consistently produces hit records after hit records.

He produced several songs this year, including “Abracadabra,” with Naira Marley and Skiibi, “No More Condition,” with Zinoleesky, and Seyi Vibez‘s “Bank of America.”

It’s over!

We salute and pay respect to all Nigerian producers.

Come 2023, we’ll showcase more producers!

Do You Agree With This List, Guys? Which Producer Do You Think Deserves To Be On It?

Let’s hear your opinion.

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