Reekado Banks Resurfaces with Fresh Single, “Fakosi”
Known for always giving fans what they want, Reekado Banks doesn’t let us down with this new song.
●15th November 2023
Reekado Banks, popular Nigerian musician, is back with a new track called “Fakosi.” This record is positioned as a perfect tune for parties with its catchy beats and energetic vibes.
Reekado Banks shows off his versatility by diving into the amapiano genre. The producer, Del-B, adds a fresh touch to the music.
Having garnered acclaim with two EPs in the past two years, including the iconic “Ozumba Mbadiwe,” Reekado Banks continues his musical journey. The success of the “Ozumba Mbadiwe” remix featuring Fireboy DML and impressive stats like +200 million plays and a spot on the Billboard World Music Top 10 album chart underline his continuous influence in the industry.
Known for always giving fans what they want, Reekado Banks doesn’t let us down with this new song. “Fakosi” is set to take over the airwaves and become the go-to soundtrack for celebrations this festive season and beyond.
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