Show Dem Camp’s Upcoming Album, ‘PalmWine Music III’ Features Tems, Oxlade, Victony, And Others
The tracklist for Nigerian alternative music trio Show Dem Camp’s next album, “PalmWine Music III,” has been released.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
announced the track listing for their next album “PalmWine Music Vol.3” on Tuesday, September 27, 2022, via their Instagram account.
Afrobeats and Alternative artists, including Tems, Oxlade, Victony, Ladipoe, Lojay, Tay Iwar, Moelogo, and Ghanaian rapper Manifest, made cameo performances on the song.
The 17-track album is SDC’s fourth in the “PalmWine Series,” which has seen them release mellow Alternative recordings with Pop and Highlife influences.
They are scheduled to release their tenth album on September 30. Their three albums, Palmwine Music (2017), Palmwine Music 2 (2018), and Palmwine Express (2019), are among the most acclaimed in the alternative music genre.
Clone Wars Vol.1 (2010), The Dreamers Project (2011), Clone Wars II (The Subsidy) 2012, Clone Wars III (The Recession) 2016, Clone Wars Vol. IV (These Buhari Times) 2019, and Clone Wars Vol. V (2021) are their six albums in the hip-hop genre.
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