Why Mohbad and Zinoleesky should be more established
How Zinoleesky and Mohbad had a great 2021 all thanks to Naira Marley.
Zinoleesky and Mohbad bring a primitive edge to a flair for good music, securely on the forefront and vanguard of the promising act.
Street Hop is one blossoming sound in the Nigerian music industry and there are some budding artists who are making their contributions to the definition of the genre.
Mohbad is on the verge of creating a blueprint on the mainstream and here is why his Mohbad breakout single might solidify his next rated nomination.
Before then, he had been bubbling under in Nigerian music circles and his music was steadily gathering pace on local blogs.
“KPK” which stands for Ko Por Ke and means It is Plenty or Who Says It’s not Plenty is an addictive street hop/pop record self-produced by Rexxie, Written and voiced by Naira Marley’s protege
In December 2020, Zinoleesky released his much-anticipated visuals for yet another lead single titled ‘Kilofeshe’ an amapiano infused sound off his debut EP ‘Chrome’ (Eccentric), which in turns is getting much recognition and connecting the dots of consistency and stability.