6 Tracks From Erigga’s “The Erigma 2” You Should Put On Repeat

    When you mention the “South” in this industry, only two names mostly pop up, Yung6ix and Erigga.

    6 Tracks From Erigga's “The Erigma 2” You Should Put On Repeat

    Yung6ix, who blew up back in 2013 with a of Ice Prince’s “Oleku”, has managed to hold the title of “King of the South” for a couple of years. Before started gaining mainstream attention.

    happens to be the opposite of Yung6ix and a more suitable candidate for the head of the South-South hip-hop scene. He’s fierce, got some electric energy he usually releases on tracks. Two, he’s got the Warri ‘area’ accent and speaks the Pidgin English with agility. Once he came, that was the end of Yung6ix.

    His last album “A Trip to the South” became a classic, getting nominated for “Best Rap Album” at the Headies. Since then, he’s done stuff with Victor AD and Graham D. It was only a matter of time before another album surfaced, we knew that.

    So, when he announced “The Erigma 2”, fans were excited. The idea of having a new project before this year’s is exciting. Well, the album is here and here is six handpicked tracks from the tape that we think you should listen to. Totally worth your time!

    How about Warri vibes on some Palmwine music? This is some SDC-kind afro-fusion beat, with Badman Sami on the hook. raps about Lagos, and how it’s complicated. Everybody sings about Lagos, these days, but this is just different!

    “If I die, rap for Naija go sweet again,” bursts on this hip-hop track, as Sami delivers his chorus like a 2baba stuff. The Choc City boss, M.I Abaga, is on this one, dropping some wisdom. “Warri dey ever carry last, the worst na draw!”

    Isn’t this what is actually about? Motivating the street? Almost all of his songs have inspiring storylines, usually true-life scenarios and it’s why the street loves him. “Street Motivation” has a minimalist hip-afro production, and Dr Barz brought the melody.

    This is one of the hottest tracks on the hip-hop. Firstly, it’s dropping real-life bars on some bang rap beat. Graham D, his frequent collaborator, comes in singing in Igbo. Vector the Viper, who accidentally wasn’t credited, did justice to the track. “There is nothing cool about a mosquito bite or zero light!”

    Let’s just say Erigga’s biggest strength on this album isn’t his bars, or the production, no, it’s the linkups. He has with all the banging guys, and this one is a crazy one.

    Okay, isn’t wack. He’s also versatile and can burst on some street beat. On “Two Criminals” he and Zlatan took turns, rapping on the -filled instrumental. This isn’t just a hit, it’s suitable for the real streets. It’s a banger!

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