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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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Blaqbonez, Amaarae and Buju sparkle in “Bling” video

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Blaqbonez comes through with the TG Omori directed visuals for Amaarae and Buju featured track, Bling off of forthcoming album, ‘Sex Over Love’ stylised as “Sex > Love”.

The intro of Bling had boy director, TG Omori switch roles with Blaqbonez, acting as the artiste of the show before Blaqbonez in a parody form re-enacted the popular “You can never make it” video of a coach to his player on TG Omori.

Bling visuals showed Blaqbonez’s process of cutting his dreads off to go a low cut dyed in different colours and made into patterns.

Bling video is well shot and properly edited making for a colourful and nice outing from the artistes and the cameos. Watch it here:

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Runtowns drops surprise “Sound God Fest Reloaded” project

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Runtown pulls from his bag of tricks yet another surprise, this time a project, an LP – Soung God Fest Reloaded – the sequel to “Soundgod Fest, Vol. 1” released in 2019.

Sound God Fest Reloaded features South African acts Rowlene (“Luva Luva”), Emtee (“Come Closer”) and Gemini Major (“Tell Me What You Want”) with UK Afrofusion artiste appearing twice (“Fuck Eh Up” and “Body Riddim”) and emerging Nigerian talent, Minz gets a cosign from Runtown and is the most featured artiste on four different tracks (“Fuck Eh Up”, “Sativa”, “Praises” and “Bad Gyal Riddim”). Other featured acts include Bella Shmurda (“Body Riddim”) and Afrobeat instrumentalist and singer, Made Kuti (“Mama Told Me”).

2020 released singles, “Body Riddim” and “Kini Issue” are added to tracklist with the latter getting a remix, just an instrumental change, no featured artiste, (yes Runtown is full of tricks and surprises).

Runtown continues the sound-blend of Carribbean Dancehall rhythm, Pop and Alternative so effortlessly like he has done on previous songs and projects. Sound God Fest Reloaded has a total of 12 songs with Runtown serenading listeners and moving to the gyal dem as usual on several tracks while keeping the mood light and chilled with the production kept low tempo and laid back as possible.

Ransom Beatz, Xtraordinaire, Del B and others act as producers on Sound God Fest Reloaded, stream, listen and download:

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Zlatan features DMW’s Davido & Mayorkun on new dance record “Cho Cho”

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Zlatan aka Zlatan Ibile features DMW powerhouse Davido and protégé Mayorkun on new single—Cho Cho—produced by P Priime.

Cho Cho is a dance record with samples of Amapiano beat in the instrumental and very upbeat. Zlatan, Mayorkun and Davido made sure to saturate the filler track with a lot of yourba slangs and imply Cho Cho being a new dance in their lyrics, “ji jo chokiri cho cho”.

On the track all artistes involved made sure to reaffirm the fact they will not tolerate any form of disrespect or belittling from opposers, stating they would make sure to show their true colours while making such ones do the Cho Cho dance.

Listen to Cho Cho which for sure will make you move your body to the bouncy beat

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