Rema, Reminisce, Blaqbonez Set To Release New Projects This Friday
The 27th of October will be bubbling with new releases from several Nigerian artists.
In the Nigerian music scene, 2023 has been quite eventful, with several musicians releasing new music that together sustains the financial success of Afrobeats.
On Friday, October 27, 2023, Blaqbonez, Rema, and Reminisce are scheduled to release new music.
Rema, who is having an outstanding 2023 thanks to the enormous international success of his hit song “Calm Down” featuring Selena Gomez, is about to release a new EP dubbed “Ravage.”
Reminisce, an award-winning rapper, will soon release “Alaye Toh Se Gogo (ATSG),” his fifth album. Olamide, Mayorkun, ODUMODUBLVCK, Mohbad, Oxlade, Dremo, and BNXN are among the guests on the album’s thirteen tracks.
Reminisce released the songs “Why” featuring Oxlade and “Shina Peters” featuring Mohbad prior to the album’s official release.
The highly anticipated album “Emeka Must Shine” by Blaqbonez is about to drop. The tracks “Like Ice Spice,” “Like Bezos,” and “Bad Till Eternity,” featuring Zlatan, have already been released.
Afrobeats fans may anticipate an exciting year-end as a number of superstars, including BNXN, Ruger, Adekunle Gold, Burna Boy, and Davido, have all released new albums.
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