Show Dem Camp To Release Their Next Album On September 30
The fourth installment of the Palmwine Music series will be released on September 30th, 2022, according to the Nigerian music group Show Dem Camp (SDC).
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The fourth installment of their acclaimed Palmwine Music Series, “Palmwine Music 3,” will be released by SDC on September 30th, according to their announcement.
On Monday, September 12, 2022, they announced this on their Twitter page.
The news has sparked enthusiasm among fans who have been anticipating the arrival of the next Palmwine album since the last one dropped in 2019.
Rappers Tec and Ghost make up one of Nigeria’s most well-known and accomplished music groups, SDC. The group is renowned for its distinctive collection of work that straddles alternative and hip-hop genres.
They are Alternative musicians that have released the three albums “Palmwine Music,” “Palmwine Music 2,” and “Palmwine Express” as part of the acclaimed Palm Wine music series.
They have six albums to their credit in the hip-hop genre: “Clone Wars Vol. 1 (2010),” “The Dreamers Project 2011,” “Clone Wars II (The Subsidy) 2012,” “Clone Wars III (The Recession 2016,” and “Clone Wars Vol. Clone Wars: Volume IV and These Buhari Times 2019 V (2021)’.
Their tenth project, their upcoming album, will solidify their status as one of the Afrobeats musicians with the largest discography.
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