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Ric Hassani releases sophomore album – ‘The Prince I Became’

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Fresh off his vividly voiced single, ‘Thunder Fire You’, Ric Hassani drops his sophomore, two years after making a resounding debut on the Nigerian music scene. He titles his second LP—The Prince I Became.

Cover artwork for The Prince I Became|PC: @RicHassani (Twitter)

If there is one thing we have learnt from Ric Hassani since making his debut, it is that he is not afraid to voice his emotions, even if it means being literal, thinking out loud, as in the case of recent and promotional single for his sophomore album – ‘Thunder Fire You’.

The Prince I Became judging from the tracklist boasts to be genre mixing, infusing Ric Hassani’s staple – R&B and Pop – while also creating space for Gospel, recruiting some of gospel’s finest in Calledout Music and Frank Edwards on ‘Victory Belongs To Jesus’.

What to expect from The Prince I Became? Excellent vocals and storytelling as always, the classic Ric Hassani style while also banking on him to give us some shake body jam like ‘Do Lai Dat’ featuring Kuami Eugene. From the tracklist, we can also tell the album is a flurry of emotions, mostly of love while the latter part of the album, especially the last three songs on it, Ric Hassani turns our attention to the Lord, Jesus Christ, spreading the gospel in his own little way.

Tracklist for The Prince I Became|PC: @RicHassani (Twitter)

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Fireboy confirms new album dropping soon

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YBNL R&B talent, Fireboy DML might just be dropping his third studio album soon according to label boss, Olamide via Olamide’s Instagram Story, who uploaded a photo of Fireboy in the studio with the captions: “That fire album coming . . .”

Olamide says Fireboy DML album is dropping soon|PC: @olamide (Instagram)

Fireboy who dropped an album in 2020, his second LP—Apollo—following 2019’s Laughter, Tears & Goosebumps, also confirmed Olamide’s post on his Instagram Story.

Fireboy confirms Olamide’s post regarding his next album via IG Story (@fireboydml).

Not much is known regarding the album title and date of release as of the time of writing this article but for sure, anticipation and hype from fans is starting to gain traction as they will surely expect Fireboy to either top or at least equal his performance from his previous two albums.

Fireboy DML last release was last week Friday (April 9) on “History” with Cheque.

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Peruzzi releases 2-sided album—“Rum & Boogie”

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DMW’s Peruzzi puts out his second LP—Rum & Boogie—a tale of love stories, compiling – the emotional, the trauma, flirtatious, infatuation and the happy aspect of love and being in a relationship.

Rum & Boogie is a double-disc or 2-sided album, (1) Rum—composed of the “whole ups and downs” of being in love, “the emotional stuff” (said by Peruzzi to Apple Music), and the deep rooted feelings of wanting love and the urge you get to needing it to be reciprocated to you by that special one while (2) Boogie consit of the happy feelings and joy that love encompasses, also on the Boogie part, Peruzzi fills it with bangers and party raving jams which is for sure aimed at making the listeners gyrate to his chunes.

On his second studio album, Peruzzi explores various genres including R&B/Soul, Pop, Afrobeat, Juju amongst others while sharing the rum with Davido, Tiwa Savage, Wande Coal, Don Jazzy, Phyno, Boylexxy, Patoranking and Fireboy DML.

Many producers worked with Peruzzi for his Rum & Boogie, Lussh and Speroachbeatz being the most sought after, producing a combined 10 tracks together (but individually) out of the 20 tracks on the album.

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Blaqbonez shines alongside Buju and Amaarae on “Bling”

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Blaqbonez is already in album mode for his sophomore studio album—“Sex > Love”—(pronounced as sex over love), prompting him to release the third single off of the album, titled – Bling featuring Ghanaian low-tempo vocal goddess, Amaarae and Nigerian raving talent and one of the most featured artistes right now, Buju.

On Bling, Blaqbonez continues the Reggae/Dancehall signing theme he started on “Haba”, sticking to the script on the subject matter regarding the album, how he is not really interested in the love shone to him by the girls around him because they are only infatuated by what he can offer and obviously because he shines bright, i.e “bling bling bling bling”.

Amaarae and Buju as usual added their various spice, releasing sexual tensions via subtle to medium pitched voice to make for a sweet cohesion of sound, riding the mid-tempo Type A produced instrumental like a sport car.

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