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BadmanWade offers fun on V-Iv


Soaring on the acceptance of his debut Extended Play (EP) entitled, Hughwademan Vol. 1, and subtitled Vibesss pon stereo, which was released in February, afro-fusion and dancehall artiste, Boluwade Paul, popularly known in the music industry as BadmanWade, has continued his sonic overhaul with yet another sensational release, a two-track mini EP, titled V-IV.

The new offering is sonic dance engine that carries smooth vibe stemming from the artiste’s instinctive freestyle cushioned by a unique Afro bounce, a sprightly fusion of synth keys and soulful sound samples.

His individualistic flow and the varying personas he adopts on both tracks, Baby Ting (Inna Di Place) and Stay Jiggy (Biggy Man) speak to his creative ability as an artiste to adapt to different sounds.

BadmanWade says he is living in the moment, driven by a desire to find his idea of fun in every situation. The vivacity that serves as the backdrop for both tracks is enough proof of this desire and how it projects onto the listeners.

For BadmanWade, his brand of music is totally about the calm vibes that create a soothing groove to his listeners and community. He described the project as a combination of the songs he made on his own as a musician, and also the sounds he executively produced under his self pioneered collective, ‘The Black Gypsy Unit.’

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