Korede Bello, Burna Boy…3 other male stars that need to lose the hair do

Our male artistes have evolved over the years in terms of their style. Some have gotten so much better and others, not so much. These artists have caught our attention here at TOS with their rather interesting choices of hairstyles.

  1. Korede Bello
    Korede Bello started out as an adorable musical heartthrob and has now evolved into Michael Jackson with several extra servings of hair grease. I wish there was a nicer way to put it but he needs to cut his hair and give it a very good wash.

    So there is this...
    So there is this…


    So there was this...
    And there was this (for whatever reason) at some point.
  2. Orezi
    Orezi who usually spots a relatively low cut, with faded sides decided to switch things up and go for this Taribo West inspired look (which didn’t even work for Taribo West) for some reason.
  3. May D
    As part of May D’s attempt at reinventing his music, he decided to reinvent his personal style too and switch up his usual low cut with this look. We are not sure what the inspiration us but we are a little worried.
  4. Burna Boy
    All was fine and dandy with Burna Boy until he decided to get his hair dreaded (or something of the sorts) . Dread locks are usually a fun, edgy look for African artistes. But Burna boy’s is something else. I wasn’t even sure at first if they were supposed to be dread locks.
  5. Phyno
    So I really want to hate Phyno’s hairstyle, but I just can’t. It really just kind of suits his face. That kind of hair on anybody else would have been a fail in my opinion, but he manages to pull it of somehow.

Even though it works for him, we can’t help that he reminds us of this little guy.

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