Ajebo Hustlers, are talented Afrobeats combo, has released their album “Kpos Lifestyle Vol. 1,” and it’s well worth the wait.
Ajebo Hustlers are a great music pair who perform in the Afrobeat and highlife genres. They have a distinct musical style that combines perfectly with their intriguing street slang.
Ajebo Hustlers, a Port Harcourt native, grew up in the Old GRA neighborhood of Port Harcourt, in the Rive State region of Nigeria.
According to their interview Ajebo Hustlers whose real names are Piego and Knowledge, both musicians, met in 2010 while working at a restaurant in Port Harcourt.
They introduced themselves as musicians and began recording songs together in the studio.
Ajebo Hustlers, a rising Afro-urban contemporary combo, have been unable to contain their joy after Apple Music revealed them as the first artist to be featured in Nigeria’s local Up Next program.
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However, with their fine fusion of south side inspired lingo, instrumentals that are ticking rave bombs, and demeanors that command respect and relevance, Ajebo Hustlers are clearly equipped with all that it takes to shake things up in the industry, with just two comeback singles that have done their brand a world of good.
Ajebo Hustlers have opted to release an album titled Kpos Lifestyle, which is based on the glitz and glamour that surrounds them, and Yafun Yafun is just another tune that serves as a pedestal for them.
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However, The Ajebo Hustlers are progressively becoming a cult favorite, not only because of their sound’s creativity but also due to their captivating storytelling style.
One of these stories is Yafun Yafun, which does an excellent job of building anticipation for Kpos Lifestyle.
Ayzed produced the track, and the couple deftly switches turns in discharging the barrage of seductive lines that refer to the chaos brought on by a relationship with a muse riddled with difficulties, which they appear to adore.
Some of their previously published songs are included on the 10-track album, including the most recent “Yafun Yafun,” “Pronto” starring Omah Lay, and “Barawo.”.