These are South Sudanese musicians whose music once rocked South Sudan Music Industry back in the day. According to the research carried out by The 211 Magazine, these musicians are nowhere to be seen in the industry.

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  1. A-BOY
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Let me start by dropping lines in his song…..“Isim bitaki munu? Arabi Mafi. inta jay min? I am not getting you sire”. A-Boy’s Arabi Mafi hit was one of the trending song in 2015. A-Boy performed Arabi Mafi in many show and got a big recognition in the music industry, but unfortunately the singer when silent and never came out with a hit song as expected by his fans.


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Bobby Pin

The South Theater Academy Award winning Bobby Pin was known for his hit song Jump ft Mosety, in 2015-16 the guy and his crew Bump Boyz were the baddest in Nairobi. Bobby came out with a new single entitled “Jealousy” which fans perceived as a diss track against Mc Ghetto, since then, the dancehall South Sudanese Nairobi based artist disappeared in the music industry.


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Black Queen

Back in 2013-16 Black queen was one of the female promising artist by then. She was known for her single “Tic Ni Ro” meaning “Come Closer” and Halawa (sweet) which she recorded in 2015-16. She won best RnB artist of the year in 2016’s South Theatre Academy Award.

According to an article published by one of South Sudan entertainment websites whose name I couldn’t recall, Black Queen relocated to Ethiopia specifically Gambella Region in 2017 which led to her disappearance in the industry.


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Lual Dawol


When it comes to Hip Hop nobody is comparable to Lual, he’s the best in terms of voice and puchlines. In 2016 LUAL has announced joining forces with veteran singer Mr. Lengs to form a new band called Lsquare. Apparently, Lsquare is derived from their names LUAL and Lengs. But since then Lual is nowhere to be seen in the industry.


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Neetah Beibe

Neetah Beibe’s music was hiting in 2016 when she was nominated at Eye Radio and MTN Music Award and all over sudden The 211 Magazine learnt that she was pregnant which might have led to her disappearance in the industry.


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Rebel Squad

This Hip Hop group was the most famous South Sudan musical group in Nairobi in 2006. They were known for their single “A E I O U” which is still hitting up to date. Before 2013 the guys were working together but in after the crisis the group collapsed because Nyang J and Dj Dee went to Juba leaving Triple Q in Nairobi.


Siise was once the best and the most famous South Sudanese artiste in 2015. When he released “dem a scream goo”, he gained a  lot of fans. He was once seen on stage in Nairobi in 2016 and disappeared.


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Ur Boy Bangs

This guy was not only famous in South Sudan, but also famous in Australia and other parts of the world. Bangs is a South Sudanese-Australia Hip Hop Artist who started his music career back in 2004. He’s best known for his viral songs “Take You To Da Movies” and “Meet Me On Facebook”. In 2015, Bangs released a track “entitled Hip Hop Is Dead sees”, where he dissed the likes of Eminem and Rick Ross and he even gets himself involved in a beef between Drake and Meek Mill, but since that time, Bangs disappeared and never released any new music.


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Yezee Giel
Yezee Giel aka Son of Kush is the founder of music genre which he describes as Kush Music. Giel started his musical journey with Lam Tungwar and Emannuel Jal back in Kakuma a decade and half ago, him, Lam, and Jal were among the most famous South Sudanese artists in East Africa. He and Wyre Kenya is top artiste were featured in a song entitled “One day” Lam’s most popular song which raised him to fame. Giel also made one of the best collabos with Juliani among others. The “Tongpiny” hit maker has not only disappeared in the music industry, but also disappeared on Social media. Some of his friends revealed that he’s hustling for his living in Juba.



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The CEO of “We Go So” group was best known for his song “Asili Wen” which he released in 2016. He was featured by Kaylow in a song entitled “Letter To Dr John” last year, since then he is nowhere to be seen.

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Copyright: The 211 Magazine

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