Flavour has dropped a new single, “Big Baller,” providing a teaser for his upcoming album titled ‘African Royalty.’
●24th November 2023
Nigerian artist Flavour has released his latest single, “Big Baller,” as a preview of his upcoming album, African Royalty, which is scheduled for debut on December 1st.
Released just in time for the festive season, “Big Baller” fits right into the joy of the upcoming December period. It mixes Igbo drums and upbeat trumpet sounds that provide the enjoyable music Flavour is known to always deliver.
Flavour’s forthcoming LP is his 8th album which follows his 7th album, Flavour of Africa (2020), released three years ago.
The album features 12 tracks with guest appearances from Nigerian Highlife duo, Cavemen, Ghanaian singer Efya, and Ogene musician, Ejyk Nwamba. It also accommodates the hit single “Game Changer” released last year and introduces the ‘pro max’ version of “Levels”. It promises to be exciting.
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