Approximately a year since the release of his hit single “Sho Lee”; and Sean Tizzle has a studio album in the curriculum vitae. Titled “The Journey”; the afro-pop sensation’s debut album has production credited to his label boss D’Tunes and Prince Boom who featured Sean Tizzle on “Your Body” last year only as well as guest artistes like 9ice, Reminisce and Ice Prince.
The album houses previous singles like “Komole” and “Mama Eh” but strangely “Sho Lee”,”Boogie Down”. and “International Badman” are missing in action.
Our track pick from the 17 track LP is the remix of “Kilogbe” which features indigenous rappers Olamide & Reminisce and retains elements of the original track. Also check out the album tracklisting after the jump and drop your comments.
1. Perfect Gentleman
2. Baby O
3. Take It
4. Kilogbe Remix ft. Reminisce & Olamide
5. Could This Be Love
6. Loke Loke ft. 9ice
8. All The Way ft. Kcee
10. I Got It ft. Ice Prince & Naeto C
12. Igi Orombo ft. Tiwa Savage
14. Mama Eh
17. Dem No Be God
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Dapo Oyebanjo, popularly known as D’Banj, has expressed his readiness to walk down the aisle very soon.
Few years ago, it was reported that the energetic singer would pick a lady as wife after it was earlier rumoured that his mother kicked against his purported affair with Genevieve Nnaji, a Nollywood star.
The 34-year-old music star is no doubt a hot cake to ladies, who would be glad to be D’Banj’s wife or be called ‘Mrs. D’Banj’.
At the traditional wedding ceremony of Paul Okoye of P-Square and Anita Isama, which took place in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, on Saturday, March 23, 2014, the ‘Eja Nla’ disclosed that he would now consider settling down just like Paul.
He made this disclosure while performing at the event. He hailed Paul for taking the bold step to marry his heartthrob, and revealed thereafter that he’s inspired by this, which has made him to start looking in that direction.
‘Paul has now become a married man, congratulations bro. You have now inspired me to think about marriage. I will marry soon,’ D’Banj said.
His colleagues, Banky W, Peter Okoye, Phyno, who were also at the event, hailed his decision to pick a woman as his wife.