As we are wrapping up the month of March, some artists released their extended playlists which made airwaves.
We put together a list of Nigerian artistes who dropped EPs in this month of March.
Niniola – 6th Heaven EP
Singer, Niniola drops her first bodywork of art of the year, titled the “6th Heaven”, an R&B EP for her fans, on March 4th.
The Afro-pop queen goes solo on her extended play, which consists of 5 fantastic tracks. As a matter of fact, she released a track“Promise”, few days to the EP release.
So far, 6th Heaven has gained over 500k streams on Audiomack.
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Ruger – Pandemic EP
Fast-rising singer, Ruger releases his first project a few months after he signs into the Jonzing World Record label.
This bodywork consists of 6 hot tracks that clearly reveal the singer’s potential. As a matter of fact, he did no feature on it, yet it boomed like that of an already made artiste.
On a good note, the songs have been constantly getting airwaves and steams from fans.
Crayon – Twelve A.M EP
Here’s one of Nigeria’s fast-rising acts, Crayon with his first project of the year dubbed, Twelve A.M.
Signed into the Mavins, Crayon drops this EP as a follow-up of his 2019 debut project, “Cray Cray”.
He features, Bella Shmurda, his label mate Rema, and One Acen in this 4 track extended play.
So far, he has surpassed a million streams on Audiomack and still counting!
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Idowest – Mafia Culture, Vol. 2.0
The DMW signee drops this 10 track EP as a grand opening into the year, 2021. The set from the DMW affiliate arrives after his debut projected which was the first volume of “Mafia Culture” and his street smash-hit “Shepeteri”, was received with praise.