5 Nigerian Artists Cover Adele’s Hello! Who did the song, Hello, justice?

Adele’s timeless song, Hello, has truly made an impact on the world of music. The cry for love loss is like no other. Don’t believe us? Here are just a few accolades that this song has collected since its release.

  • It was platinum certified in the United States 7 times, which means it sold seven million copies.
  • It won a Grammy as Song of the Year for 2017.
  • It won an iHeart Radio Music Award Song of the Year 2016.
  • It won a Kid Choice Award for Favorite Song in 2016.
  • It won a Billboard Award for Top Selling Song of the Year 2016

The list goes on and on, which is why so many artists all over the world wanted to cover Adele’s masterpiece and share their rendition of the love ballad while gaining major numbers in views. Oh, yes! This song cover has gotten people numbers in the millions.

One of our favorite artists, Nigerian singer-songwriter Omawumi, has done a cover of Hello in an upbeat reggae cover and we love it!

Check it out:

We discovered a few more amazing Nigerian singers who did covers that we think will be real tear-jerkers, so get ready to listen and have your tissues ready. Enjoy!

Ruby Gyang- The Nigerian singer does a beautiful job!

Praiz- Yes, this guy deserves all praises for his singing style.

SoJay- He was just as good as Joe when he did his cover. 

Martini- We love how he infused a different song into it. How cool?

These artists have truly captured the essence of the song and we love how they gave it their own style.

What do you think? Did these artists give it all that they could give? Do you have a favorite cover of the song that you think we should hear? Share them below.

Hueish Staff

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