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Mr. P releases debut album – “The Prodigal”

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Peter Okoye, alias Mr. P, releases debut solo album, The Prodigal, blending Pop (a genre he has become veteran of), R&B, Afrobeat and a bit of dancehall throughout a cumulative 16 tracks spanning 1 hour.

The Prodigal album cover artwork|PC: @PeterPsquare (Twitter)

Not only did Mr. P debunk claims of him always being “carried” by twin brother, Rudeboy aka Paul Okoye (during their P-Square regime), on his debut album by showing off vocal range and music diversity, he also showed his producer side on the intro track (“Odo”) and fifth (“Just Like Hell” featuring Mohombi).

An all female crew is sought after on the sixth record (“I Love You”) with Simi, Teni and American R&B songstress, Tamar Braxton having the honour of being guest artistes; Singah, an artiste signed to Mr. P’s P. Classic Records features on song 10 (“Lola Diego); Wande Coal on the final track (“Follow My Lead”); Tiwa Savage (“I Do”), Congolese singer, Mohombi (”Just Like That”) and DJ Switch on title-track (“Prodigal”).

Tracklist for The Prodigal album|PC: @PeterPsquare (Twitter)

The Prodigal is released under P. Classic Records and One Management, executive produced by Mr. P. Stream/Download it here or via Apple Music:

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“I think my talent is thinking” – Bella Shmurda

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“World” singer, Bella Shmurda was asked a very interesting question which says: “Aside from singing, what other talent do you have?” to which he gave an answer no one would have guessed, not even Albert Einstein! The answer?

The reply Bella Shmurda gave to the question above can be found on Nigerian dancer, influencer and close associate to the Dagbana Republik artiste page—Poco Lee—which he shared on his IG Reels. Bella’s response is nothing short of wonder, he said: “I think my talent is thinking. I can think from now till tomorrow.” Bella says with a serious deep face countenance.

Bella also goes on to reveal what makes him happy and attempt a cheesy tongue-twister. All videos can be found on Poco Lee’s Instagram page.

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DRB Lasgidi Teezee is featured alongside Kid Cudi on Skepta’s upcoming EP; J Balvin also has a guest spot

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Yes, Skepta did say he was retiring from rap but one thing he cleared was the fact he had about 5 or 6 songs he wanted to put out there before it’s all said and done musically and that he is fulfilling by releasing a new EP which title is unknown as of now.

Skepta answers a question pertaining to his retirement from rap.

The EP consist of 5 tracks with the second track—“Peace of Mind”—featuring one-third of Nigerian Alté-Pop trio, Teezee of DRB Lasgidi and American rapper, Kid Cudi while J Balvin is featured on “Nirvana”, the third record from the project.

The art shows Skepta in a dark room with partial lighting reflecting on his left face revealing so much focus in the eyes of the legendary MC.

The dates of release for Skepta’s upcoming EP is also unknown as of now. Skepta posted the tracklist to his new EP without a single word of caption, leaving fans to guess what’s next in his musical journey.

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Sing along to “Rise Up” by 2Baba and Falz (lyric video)

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Rise Up starring legendary Nigerian Pop icon, Innocent Dibia as Extra Special 2Baba and rapper Folarin Falana as Honourable Falz brings the comfort and much needed upliftment in form of music. It is produced by the one and only Cobham Asuquo.

On Rise Up, 2Baba and Falz speak the undiluted truth on the afrobeat sampled mid-tempo instrumental, making a call for action to everyone not to relent in their efforts of securing a better tomorrow despite the hardships in the country.

Better go dey start to dey happen / Know say gbege go come and go / We suppose to jump am o / We suppose to know say we must to rise up again o / Gbege must come and go” 2baba encourages and admonished everyone to act on the chorus with Falz reassuring listeners on his verse: “Yawa dey today / But hey ‘morrow go better / Gbege wey dey now e no go kill us never”.

While you listen to the concious record made by the duo, you will for sure like to sing along and ruminate on every word spoken by 2Baba and Falz. This lyric video is an aid to that, watch and enjoy:

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