While we enjoy the songs our artists delivered to us in the month of January, and anticipate more this month, we should know some have gone the extra mile to grace us with their albums.
Mp3mansion highlights Nigerian artists who would release their album in the month of February.
Popular Empawa music singer Joeboy is going to be the first mainstream artist to give us an album this year.
In the latter days of January, the singer took to social media to announce the arrival of his debut album, ‘Somewhere Between Beauty & Magic‘, with a video for the new song “Lonely.
The album is due out on February 4, which is just a couple of hours away.
Somewhere Between Beauty & Magic (SBBM) album is a follow-up to his 2019 EP Love and Light.
He has released the album cover and the tracklist, and all fans are waiting for is the release.
Nigerian singer Douglas Agu better known as Runtown is another artiste who would be releasing his Sophomore album this month.
However, Runtown is yet to announce a date, reveal the tracklist, art cover, and if he has any features on it.
FEB 2021 https://t.co/et3ybJ38yl
— Runtown (@iRuntown) December 30, 2020
DMW star Peruzzi is another artist that will release his debut album this month.
As of last year, the Majesty singer revealed the title of the album, the art cover, and tracklist.
However, he did not put up a date for the release and put his fans in suspense.
On the 1st of February, Peruzzi revealed the release date which is on the 14th of February, and some featured artists he has on his album.
So for Peruzzi’s fans, the title of the forthcoming album is “Rum & Boogie“, with a 16tracklist.
Port-Harcourt-born artiste Ric Hassani is one of Nigeria’s finest songwriters and singers.
On February 2nd, the singer announces the title and release date of his next debut album.
Accompanied with the title of the album and release date, Ric uploaded a short video from one of the leading tracks on his Twitter page.
“The Prince I Became Album, 26th.”
The Prince I Became Album, 26th. pic.twitter.com/w3g0b7hUdB
— Ric Hassani (@RicHassani) February 2, 2021