If You Want A Hit Song For 2017, You Should Feature Any Of These 5 Artistes…

There’s just one goal in the mind of every artiste, to have that hit, the major hits! And if you want that hit song for 2017, maybe you should consider having any of these five artistes we are about to show you on your track…

 

 

TY Dolla $ign

Probably no one wears the cap better than Ty Dolla $ign whose birth name is Tyrone William Griffin Jr.  He’s got the most collaborations in 2017.

From collaborating with almost everyone that matters in the industry in 2017, to even our own Naija bruv, Wizkid; Ty Dolla $ign tops the list for the highly collaborative partner for a hit in 2017.

 

Migos

Since Migos broke out in 2013, we won’t be wrong to say that the charismatic rappers, comprising of Quavo, Takeoff and Offset are still having their moment.

Currently the toasts of the industry, they’ve successfully been able to navigate multiple genres, from Trap to Hip-Hop, to Pop, they’ve secured themselves the position of being the most featured group in the industry in 2017.

 

Quavo (Yes, Quavo again)

Asides his flamboyant success with Migos, alongside his other two relatives, Quavo does exceedingly well even as a solo artiste. 3 of his collaborations made it to the top 10 in the Billboard Hot 100 of 2017.

 

Gucci Mane

While many argue that ‘Guwop’ is overrated, what cannot be ignored is the Midas touch he adds to any of his featured tracks.

All his collaborations in 2017 are hits. Including jumping on Fifth Harmony’s “Down” which has been certified gold by RIAA just this morning. Even our very own ‘Banga Lee’, D’banj tapped Gucci Mane for ‘EL Chapo’ collaboration and it’s undeniable that the song is a jam and a half!

 

 

Nicki Minaj

Finally on our list is the self-acclaimed ‘Bad Bitch'(well, maybe she is…)

After appearing on major collaborations in 2017, from Calvin Harris to Katy Perry to Fergie, it’s only proper to say Nicki has had an eventful 2017 despite stalling her album. Nicki was also a guest rapstar on Yo Gotti’s ‘Rake It Up’, winning the 2017 BET Hip Hop Sweet 16 Awards for her rap verse on the hit song.

 

 

Need we say more? If you want a hit song before the end of 2017, maybe you could tap into the luxuries of any of the aforementioned artistes.

 

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