Wrecobah – Mr. Successful ft. Phyno

March 16, 2018 at 10:35
Wrecobah – Mr. Successful ft. Phyno

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Chibuzor Nelson Azubuike (conceived 9 October 1986), better known by his stage name Phyno, is a Nigerian rapper, artist, lyricist and record producer.[2] He began his melodic profession as a maker in 2003. He is famous for rapping in the Igbo dialect. His presentation studio collection, No Guts No Glory, was discharged in 2014. It delivered the singles “Phantom Mode”, “Man of the Year”, “Package” and “O Set”.[3] As a maker, he has worked with specialists, for example, Timaya, Flavor, Ruggedman, Bracket, J. Martins and Mr Raw.

Chibuzor Nelson Azubuike was brought up in Enugu State, however he is a local of Anambra State. His stage name Phyno, which is gotten from the word ‘extraordinary’, was the epithet given to him by one of his secondary school companions named Emeka. Phyno built up an enthusiasm for music creation amid his optional school days. He at first needed to wind up a pilot, yet was informed that he could be a specialist. All through secondary school, he figured out how to play the drums and piano. He likewise figured out how to make his own particular version of each account he heard. He contemplated Public Administration at the Institute of Management and Technology in Enugu, and began benefitting from music amid his second year at IMT. Phyno revealed to Ifeoma Onoye that Mr. Crude is one of only a handful couple of individuals he gazes upward to. Phyno began rapping in 2010 and migrated to Lagos to proceed with his music vocation.

Phyno began recording his introduction studio collection, No Guts No Glory, in 2012. The collection highlights visitor appearances from Stormrex, Omawumi, Olamide, Efa, P-Square, Timaya, Flavor N’abania, Mr. Crude, M.I, Ice Prince and Runtown. It was fundamentally recorded in Igbo and Nigerian Pidgin. Phyno disclosed to Joan Omionawle and Netwon-Ray Ukwuoma of the Nigerian Tribune that rapping in his local dialect is his solid suit.[1] On 25 September 2012, he discharged “Phantom Mode” as the collection’s lead single.[7] The tune highlights Olamide and was discharged to basic praise. It won Best Collabo at both the 2012 The Headies Awards and 2013 Nigeria Entertainment Awards. The music video for “Apparition Mode” was discharged on 7 December 2012. It was shot and coordinated in Lagos by Clarence Peters.[8] Sputnet Records discharged the collection’s second single, “Man of the Year (Obago)”, on 23 March 2013.[9] The melody, which was created by Phyno, won the Best Rap Single classification at the 2012 The Headies Awards. The music video for “Man of the Year (Obago)” was transferred onto YouTube on 20 August 2013. It was likewise shot and coordinated by Clarence Peters in Abakpa Nike, and highlights a cameo appearance from Illbliss. In September 2013, the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation restricted the music video from being communicated.

“Package”, the third single off the collection, was discharged on 11 October 2013. The melody was initially titled “Package (a BIG Nwa)”. The music video for “Bundle” was shot by Clarence Peters and discharged on 19 February 2014. On 4 March 2014, “O Set” was declared as the collection’s fourth single. The melody was created by WizzyPro and highlights P-Square.[11] The music video for the tune was coordinated by Jude Engees Okoye and transferred onto YouTube at around 4 minutes.[12] On 22 May 2014, Phyno discharged the music video for “Alobam”, which was coordinated by Clarence Peters. The tune, which is an Igbo slang for “My Guy”, was delivered by Major Bangz. In the video, Phyno paid tribute to some of his companions including Ice Prince, Flavor, P-Square, Olamide and J Martins.[13] On 31 August 2014, Thisday announced that Phyno turned into a represetative of Guinness Nigeria’s Made of Black crusade close by Olamide and Eva Alordiah. Phyno performed at the crusade’s dispatch and was included in the battle’s TV commercial.[14] On 2 September 2014, Phyno discharged the Clarence Peters-guided visuals to his “Authe (Authentic)” tune with Flavor N’abania.[15] On 7 October 2014, Phyno discharged the Major Bangz-delivered “Yayo”.[16] The tune appeared at number 8 on the Pulse Music Video Charts.[17] The music video for the melody, coordinated by Clarence Peters, debuted on 5 January 2015.[18] Opeoluwani Akintayo of The Daily Times of Nigeria gave the video a general rating of 8 out of 10 stars, while complimenting the utilization of props like copying tires, shirtless folks, a position of royalty made of cutlass, the video lady’s butt, confined area, papered and painted dividers, smoky floor, and multi-shaded painted autos.

Phyno’s collobrative collection with Olamide, titled 2 Kings, was discharged on 1 April 2015. Plans for the collection were first reported in January 2014 by the two rappers by means of online networking.

In June 2013, Phyno performed for 25 minutes in Owerri as a component of the Star Music Trek tour.[21] Phyno visited with D’banj, Burna Boy, Chidinma, Vector, Pucado, Seyi Shay, Show Dem Camp, Kay Switch and Sean Tizzle as a supporting follow up on the Hennessy Artistry 2013 Club Tour.[22] In April 2014, he performed at the 2014 version of the Star Music Trek visit in Nsukka, Enugu State.


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