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Brenny Jones in debut music project, Don’t Jonze

By Sunday Aikulola
11 November 2020   |   3:03 am
After months of waiting, Delta State-born artiste and Legit9ja Entertainment prodigy, Jones-Dibie Brendan, known professionally as Brenny Jones, has released his much-anticipated debut EP across all digital platforms worldwide. The seven-track project, Don’t Jonze, with no guest featured, serves as the singer’s attempt to stake a claim as one of Nigeria’s best new talents. Armed…

Brenny Jones

After months of waiting, Delta State-born artiste and Legit9ja Entertainment prodigy, Jones-Dibie Brendan, known professionally as Brenny Jones, has released his much-anticipated debut EP across all digital platforms worldwide.

The seven-track project, Don’t Jonze, with no guest featured, serves as the singer’s attempt to stake a claim as one of Nigeria’s best new talents.

Armed with a seasoned pen, Jones puts on display his amazing songwriting abilities with a refined highlife delivery on the EP.

This fusion, essentially, gave birth to catchy songs like Manchala and Moon. The gifted 22-year-old singer also shows his sonic diversity and range with records such as, Wasted and the introspective record, Don’t Let Me Fall.

Already, One Billion Dollar, released earlier in the year, has continued to receive massive airplay, which has helped the singer’s fan base grow over time.

Jones started playing music in the church as an instrumentalist and this love from childhood made him study music at Delta State University, Abraka.

The producers featured on this project include Progrex and Ageless, alongside No Limtz, who handled mixing and mastering.

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