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11 May
Zlatan Ibile is a Nigerian singer and songwriter. Zlatan hopped onto the limelight in early 2019. Zlatan Ibile was a superstar who rose to stardom quite fast. This massive growth saw him release some world class singles as well as some spectacular features. His career defining moment was after he released ‘Zanku’. Zlatan Ibile is…
30 Aug 2020
Like gods, we have been summoned by the Queen of the beehive community to once again retee facts and make it crystal clear in colours, beauty and vibrant dance steps that are unquestionably warrior-like and fierce. The purpose is clear and that is, the celebration of the richness of blacknificence as a gift wrapped in…
25 Jan 2020
It was all fun and excitement as Zanku master, Zlatan; original African bad girl, Tiwa Savage, and a number of artists that showed up to support ‘jubaku marimari’ exponent
Zlatan Ibile
26 Nov 2019
Nigerian indigenous rap sensation Zlatan Ibile has released the music video to "Wake Up", a track off his debut album "Zanku". "Wake Up" is the first song on the 17-tracked album. The video was directed by Dammy Twitch. Watch "Wake Up" below: https://youtu.be/4I4GYpnw5fM Zlatan released "Zanku" - the album, earlier this month. The album featured…
Zlatan Ibile
1 Nov 2019
The wait is over as Nigeria music sensation, Zlatan Ibile has finally released his debut album, 'Zanku' in the early hours of today as promised. The 17-track album boasts of some of the singer's well-known hits like 'Zanku', 'Gbeku' on which he enlisted the help of African Giant, Burna Boy. Prior to the release of…
Zlatan Ibile
29 Oct 2019
It has been quite an intriguing year for popular Nigerian artiste, Zlatan Ibile. From getting detained by the Economic and Financial Commission in May to bagging awards months later. Adding another feather to his cap, he recently announced that he is gearing up to drop his first album titled “ZANKU” which is an acronym for…
3 Aug 2019
Though a lot of young Nigerians are still soaking up in Shaku Shaku, Zanku, Legbegbe and other dance trends that come with the pop music culture, the reality is that other genres of music are gradually finding their way to the mainstream.

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