If you have heard the word “Giddem” on the intro of a song, then you should know P.Priime the fast-rising beat god whose works are amazing.
18-Year-Old P.Priime is on his way to becoming the next big thing in the Music Industry with his exceptional Music Production skills.
P.Priime has produced music for the likes of Olamide, Teni, DJ Cuppy, Fireboy DML and is expected to produce for many more.
The youngster is yet to be very popular but when you are trained by the Exceptional Music Producer, Sarz, it’s only a matter of time till you achieve greatness.
Olamide had its to say about him in an interview;
“His sound is larger than life, bigger than the name”.
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Fireboy DML- Like I do
Fireboy DML is a talented singer and amazing songwriter. His debut album, “Laughter, Tears, and Goosebumps” was a massive success. “Like I Do” which was of the album was produced by P.Priime.
The beat is simple and soothing at the same time then alongside with Fireboy’s vocals, the song became a fan’s favorite.
DJ Cuppy, Fireboy Dml- Feel Good
DJ Cuppy has been trying to fully break into the music scene despite her popularity. Her debut album, “Original Copy” was the deciding factor.
The album was released to positive reviews as it showcased Cuppy’s growth. P.Priime produced “Feel Good” which featured Fireboy DML.
While Cuppy didn’t contribute much and Fireboy took over the song, the beat itself is a bop. This song is a banger.
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Zlatan, Papisnoop, Jamopyper – Unripe Pawpaw
Zlatan is one of the pioneers of the Zanku Style Genre that took over the streets in 2018. In earlier 2020, he and Prime collaborated on another Zanku style song, “Unripe Unpawpaw”.
Though the beat was built on already existing Zanku style, Prime manages to make it unique in its own way.
Zlatan, Obesere – Egungun be careful
Around March of 2020, Fuji Veteran, Obesere became the topic of Twitter after some persons decided to revisit his classics.
“Egungun Be Careful” was the favorite of them all and Zlatan decided to cash into the publicity and drop a remake in Zanku way.
Unlike the original beat, Prime made a fast-paced beat with traditional percussions playing in the background.
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Zlatan ft Papisnoop, Jamopyper, Oberz- Shomo
Off Zlatan’s last EP, “Road to CDK” is “Shomo” which features Jamopyper, Oberz and Papisnoop all members of the Zanku Records.
Olamide ft Bad Boy Timz- Loading
Olamide enlist Priime to majorly produce his recent album, “Carpe Diem” and the youngster delivered.
On “Loading” which features Bad Boy Timz, Priime gives listeners something to dance to, making the album have a street banger of which Olamide is known for. The beat also have the Zanku style feel.
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Olamide – Eru
On “Eru”, Priime creates a platform for Olamide to showcase his calmer and Loverboy side. One beautiful thing about the beat is the Strings playing in the background.
Olamide – Greenlight
On “Greenlight”, P.Priime advances on what he did in “Eru” but in a better way. The beat is danceable but still soothing at the same time. Olamide certainly enjoyed himself on this one.