Review: Chike Drops New Album “The Brother’s Keeper”

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RnB is a genre of music that isn’t as much appreciated as other popular genres in this part of the world.

Nonetheless, some artists are devoted to this genre and they cannot but give us frequent dozes of RnB. Shout-out to the likes of Johnny Drille, Ric Hassani, Chike, etc. Their music style is unique and their talent is appreciated!

Chike Ezekpeazu Osebuka, popularly known as Chike is a singer and songwriter who became popular through his contest at the 2015 Project Fame West Africa, a music talent Reality Show. Ever since, Chike has been able to stay relevant in the limelight by dropping good music that’s most pleasing to love birds.

In 2020, he released his first album, Boo of the Booless which was all over our ears for a long time, because of how much of a masterpiece it was, it was nominated for the album of the year at the 2020 Headies Award. It was for sure, a project that was flawless to a fault. 

Yet again, he’s here with some new tunes through his sophomore album, titled THE BROTHER’S KEEPER. This new project is a 16 track album with a total of 49 minutes runtime. He featured top artists such as Flavour, Ycee and the South African singer, Azana in the album.

Here’s a list of all the tracks in the album:

1.On the Moon

2.Tell Am

3.Spell

4.My Africa

5.Hard to Find

6.Winner

7.Bad

8.Zamo

9.Pour Me a Drink

10.You Deserve

11.Enough

12.Moving On

13.Good Things

14.God Only Knows

15.Nothing Less, Nothing More

15.Please

So far, there has been a lot of positive comments on the album;

Take your time to listen to this soulful music;

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