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Deal With It Album

25 Sep 2019
Nigerian rapper Chibuzor Nelson Azubuike, popularly called Phyno has released the visuals to "Ride For You". This track is off his recently released third body of work "Deal With It" which was unveiled early in the month of September. Other feathers on Phyno's cap include two solid albums, The Playmaker and No Guts No Glory. The Soularge-produced song…
1 Sep 2019
Nigerian rapper Chibuzor Nelson Azubuike, popularly called Phyno is among the few most consistent rappers in the country even though, somehow, he still is underappreciated. Last November, Phyno revealed that he will be releasing his third album sometime this year. With two solid albums under his belt, The Playmaker and No Guts No Glory, Phyno's upcoming third body of work…

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