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NFLANE ‘BOLOJO’ ft. Flashy – A Dancehall Anthem!

Chukwuyem Eric Azzun aka Nflane,was born in Benin City, Edo State Nigeria and attended the Franej Primary School Benin City and Queens College Int’l School in Nigeria. He was successful with his College studies and excelled to further his education at University. The development of Nflane’s unique style is the result of his life and musical career influences.

Nflane who is now based in Cape Town, has experienced both the bad and good sides of life in his musical career, having being surrounded by different forms of musical bands. He also has a unique talent in trying and accommodating other ethical tribal styles, such as Yoruba, in his music.

Nflane has worked with some Nigerian, Ghanaian and South Africa-based artists on his upcoming album, to be released soon. Nflane has also performed in various shows across Nigeria, Ghana and South Africa and is currently working on a new tour to be unveiled soon.

Nflane’s latest official release is titled ‘BOLOJO’ and features Flashy. The crossover sound of his music and the effort to make some good uplifting lyrics, not to mention his ability to rock the house….make him an awesome Afro-Hiphop artist.

Nflane’s obviously has a vision and he is nailing it, with his latest release. He has the same energy infused hypnotic, rhythmical delivery that made Shaggy a household name a few years back. In fact if you’re into those dancehall rhythms, you’re going to love this sound and style!

It’s raw, ethnic and takes listeners into a world of musical flavor. Great flavor has to have a lot of spice and Nflane demonstrates on ‘BOLOJO’ how he and Flashy can spice it up. The supporting video directed by Chris Malonda, doubles up the spicy doses too – it’s hot, rhythmic, and sensuous all the way through!

No doubt this pile-driving anthem from the key artist on the K-Live Entertainment label is due to enjoy ample airplay across the radio and online media. ‘BOLOJO’ is a 100% party track and if you can twerk just a little, you’ll be shaking your booty all night long to this one. This will rock the bass on your sound system and leave you with the track buzzing in your head thereafter.

Nflane has a unique voice and his music is fun and entertaining. The effect is cool; the flow is solid. Nflane is not trying to do anything groundbreaking or exceedingly complex. His songs come from the heart and his tying make you have a good time. From the moment you press play, you’ll start hitting the dance floor, which means Nflane has pulled it off big-time with his intent!

You’ll be playing Nflane’s ‘BOLOJO’ featuring Flashy, non-stop for hours!

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