Photos Of Flavour Showing Off His New Looks After He Changed His Hairstyle & Drew New Tattoo


Popular Nigerian singer, Chinedu Izuchwukwu Okoli popularly known as Flavour N’abania is one of the most recognized artist in Nigeria and he has been successful in what he does in the music industry for over a decade now.


The multi talented super star is so blessed that diverts into many genre of music including gospels and he has produced one of the most popular gospel song titled “Most High” with his adopted son.

Recently, Flavour N’abania has given his fans alot to look at as he has made a lot of changes of his body, style and general appearance since the beginning of this year and his fans are loving the new look of their favorite super star.


The handsome and talented musician earlier this year changed his popular “Flat-Top punk dreadlocks” hairstyle which has been his signature style for over 13 years in the industry. Flavour changed his hairstyle to braided top dreadlocks after growing the top of his hair.

Since he made the changes, he has been showing off the hairstyle a lot of times of his Instagram story which disappears after 24 hours, however, I got most of the pictures and saved them as a big fan.


Flavour didn’t just make changes to his hairstyle alone, he also made changes on his skin appearance by adding another tattoo.

A true fan of Flavour will know that the singer since last year has just 5 tattoo inscription on his body located on his chest and hands.



However, Flavour has made another addition by inking a new gigantic tattoo on his back.

The singer took to his Instagram page few weeks ago to flaunt his new tattoos on his back. Check out the recent photos of him flaunting the new gigantic tattoo and his 6 packs abdomen below:-




Flavour is one of the most loved singers from the Eastern part of Nigeria and he is a proud father and blessed 3 lovely children, 2 girls and his adopted son, Semah.

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