Hip Hop Star Blaqbonez releases New album "Emeka Must Shine".
Blaqbonez, a hip-hop artist, releases his latest album, “Emeka Must Shine.”
Blaqbonez, the renowned Nigerian rapper, has returned with a new album titled “EMEKA MUST SHINE.”
The 14-track masterpiece, which was released under Chocolate City Music, includes the recent hits “Like Ice Spice,” “Like Bezos,” and “Cinderella Girl (Where You Day)” with Ludacris. It also highlights the rapper’s multifaceted skill and unparalleled adaptability.
‘EMEKA MUST SHINE’ is a wonderfully broad body of work that pushes the boundaries of Blaqbonez’s sound to become his most ambitious project to date. It does this by seamlessly tying together forward-thinking sounds and genres such as Afrobeats, Hip-Hop, Drill, R&B, and Alté.
The album’s themes of achievement, personal development, adaptability, and Blaqbonez’s unwavering resolve to carry Nigerian hip-hop on his back are brazenly displayed throughout, symbolizing. His victory on several fronts.
Blaqbonez, who is Nigeria’s answer to Drake, has established himself with a distinctive and alluring body of work that combines his many musical aliases.
‘EMEKA MUST SHINE’, a record that spans 14 songs, boasts a stellar cast of big-name artists from around the globe. Notable collaborations include ‘Cinderella Girl (Where You Day)’, which has received over 4 million streams since its summer release, with US rap legend Ludacris, Black Sherif, Projexx, Victony, Odumodublvck, Young Jonn, and Zlatan.
Every song on the album offers a unique auditory experience, but “Road Runners,” the first single, sets the mood by grittyly documenting his journey thus far with Ghanaian drill superstar Black Sherif.
While “6 Bizne$$ Day$” with Projexx, “Kilo,” the recent summer hit “Like Ice Spice,” and “Dollerz” with ODUMODUBLVCK are smooth and silky offerings that showcase Blaqbonez vocal ability across a plethora of luscious, club-friendly soundscapes, “Nyem Ego” re-explores the themes within the album’s opener with Jeriq.
With Victony’s distinctive voice, the reggae track “Naija Shawty” delves deeply into the beauty of Nigerian ladies, while Blaqbonez contemplates how his life has changed in the uptempo jam “Masquerade,” which features a deep, swinging bassline.
Though each track on the album provides a different auditory experience, the first single, “Road Runners,” sets the tone by gritfully chronicling his trip with Ghanaian drill superstar Black Sherif thus far.
“Nyem Ego” revisits the themes from the album’s opening track with Jeriq, while “6 Bizne$$ Day$” with Projexx, “Kilo,” the recent summer hit “Like Ice Spice,” and “Dollerz” with ODUMODUBLVCK are all smooth and silky offerings that showcase Blaqbonez vocal ability across a variety of luscious, club-friendly soundscapes.
The reggae song “Naija Shawty,” which contains Victony’s unique voice, explores the beauty of Nigerian women in depth, while Blaqbonez reflects on how his life has changed in the uptempo single “Masquerade,” which has a deep, swinging bassline.
One of Nigeria’s most talented musicians demonstrates his depth with another captivating album on “Emeka Must Shine.”