Top Nigerian Female Dancers and Their Bio

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Top Nigerian Female Dancers

Top Nigerian Female Dancers

Top Nigerian Female Dancers

Dance, as we all know it, has evolved, it is no longer just a form of recreation or a way of loosening up. People actually make serious doe from dancing.

So much money that it can be considered a source of livelihood, and it doesn’t really matter the genre of dance you are doing.

And yes, dance has got different genres like music. Although not all genres are received equally a good dancer should perform moderately in all.

In today’s post, there’ll be an unveiling of the top Nigerian female dancers making some waves in their worlds.

Hope you aren’t surprised that we have very good female dancers, some of who can go toe to toe with their male counterparts any day.

As it was mentioned earlier, there are different genres but our focus will be on the afro dance. The afro dance kingdom has had its fair share of battles and the war is still on.

We won’t go pro on this matter with unnecessary criteria and conditions. But just so you know, every good dancer should have the following requirements in mind.

These are what all these professional judges look for in a dancer:

  • Technique
  • Performance quality
  • Choreography
  • Presentation

These criteria cut across all forms of dance and are essential in selecting the ones best in any competition.

Our selection is based oddly on social media views and presence, so there are chances that you might be familiar with this list.

This list has no hierarchical order.

Top Nigerian Female Dancers (Liquorose)

Top Nigerian Female Dancers

Top Nigerian Female Dancers

Apart from being one of the housemates on Big Brother Naija Season 6 tagged “shine ya eye”, she is also a very talented dancer.

Being the leader of the dance crew called “Girls Got Bold” (GGB) and a professional dancer herself, she’s definitely for real.

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Her real name is Roseline Omokhoa Afije and she’s a native of Edo State. She was born on March 31st, 1995 and she graduated from the University of Lagos (UNILAG).

Prior to participating in the big brother show, she was already bagging 800k followers on Instagram. This was due to her career as a professional dancer.

Apart from dancing, she’s also a video vixen who has starred in some popular music videos like;

  • Pack And Go (Seyi Shay Ft Olamide)
  • Ejeajo (Psquare Ft T.I)
  • For My Head (Mr. P)
  • Lo Le (Skales)
  • Fara We Mi (Skales Ft Kenny Wonder)
  • Ride For You (Phyno Ft Davido)
  • Shakiti Bobo (Olamide)

And many others….

In addition to all of the above, Liquorose has ventured into acting at some point by featuring in the family series “The Johnsons”. Her net worth is between $50,000 – $70,000 and her Instagram handle is @liquorose.

Top Nigerian Female Dancers (SayRahChips)

Top Nigerian Female Dancers

Top Nigerian Female Dancers

You may have heard of Rah Dance Collective, a dance school, but did you know that SayRahChips is the CEO. Known for her captivating dance moves which can keep you glued, SayRahChips is a must-have on this list.

Her real name is Sarah Olaniran. She’s of Yoruba origin and a graduate of Columbia College, Chicago having acquired enough of various dance skillset. She was born on November 12th, 1995.

Having a Bachelor’s degree in Choreography, she has choreographed her own dance videos to trending afrobeat songs. Her energy during her dance sessions has earned her the love and accolades of many including superstars.

Did you know that SayRahChips and her family came in 3rd position during the popular Multina Dance All, a family dance tv show? She’s also seen as a video vixen in “blow my mind” by Davido Ft Chris Brown.

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She’s easily identifiable with her red hair and she has 345k followers on her Instagram space. She has also gone on various tours with different superstars.

Although there are rumours concerning her body (plastic surgery) and her sexuality, those claims remain yet unproven. Her net worth is around $100000 and her Instagram handle is @sayrahchips.

Top Nigerian Female Dancers (Izzy Odigie)

Top Nigerian Female Dancers

Top Nigerian Female Dancers

Popularly known as Iziegbe Odigie, she was born in Brooklyn, New York, United States but was brought up in Edo state. She graduated from Johns University in Queens, New Orleans.

Born in 1996, she is known for her viral dance videos. What Liquorose brings with her moves, SayRahChips brings with her energy. Izzy on the other hand can match any of those earlier mentioned dancers with her attitude.

She also has enjoyed her fair share of popularity which started in 2015. This was her dance performance with Ugandan artist Eddy Kenzo for the song “Sitya Loss”.

She was chosen to be on the Okayafrica 100 women list in 2019. This list contained names of women who were disrupting their own local culture while demanding equal access to the global stage.

She’s a dance instructor and choreographer who has also worked with various artists either on tour or in video shoots.

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She recently released her dance film called “IZIEGBE”. She also choreographed and danced in the finale season of Empire Fox in 2020.

Her popular choreography videos are;

  • Ginger (Wizkid Ft Burna Boy)
  • Killin Dem (Burna Boy)

Her Instagram handle is @izzyodigie

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Top Nigerian Female Dancers (Nife)

Top Nigerian Female Dancers

Top Nigerian Female Dancers

Her real names are Oluwanifewa Agunbiade and she was born on September 29th, 1995.

Being of Nigerian and Ghanaian descent, she’s a major influencer on TikTok. You’ve probably even come across her TikTok videos without knowing it’s her.

Easily identifiable with her purple braids, she’s a professional dancer born and living in London, United Kingdom.

She finished at Manchester University in London. She’s primarily popular for making quality dance videos, performing lip-syncs and comedy skits on TikTok mostly.

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Over the years, she has really amassed a lot of followers on almost all major social media spaces. This feat is made easy with her ever captivating afrobeat dance videos and tutorials.

This is true considering that she has 890k+ followers on Instagram alone. This is in addition to her 2.1m+ followers on TikTok and 103k subscribers on YouTube.

You could also say she’s a model because of the modelling images she takes plus she endorses various brands. Her dance rendition of Midas the Jagaban’s Party with A Jagaban was instrumental in the song’s chart-topping success in the UK.

Her Instagram handle is @itsjustnife

There are so many others like the legendary Kaffy, Korra Obidi – Dean, Janemena, Boluwatife, Ifeoma (GGB), Tiwa Pearl, Decalyn, Princess K, Amarachi Dance and so much more.

All these female dancers deserve a separate spot on our list. But these four have earned a spot and they don’t need to be your favorites for you to applaud them.



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