Frenzyoffixial comes through with a catchy new single “MONII” Frenzyoffixial hop on a famous South African Ampiano house beat. On the song he links up with Kammu Dee and South African music producer T-man Sa. Nigerian born; John Oluwafemi Ogungbenro affectionately known as FRENZYOFFIXIAL is back in the studio working on his second EP to be released later this year. The highly anticipated EP is a follow up to his first 2019 hit EP titled “Ire” and his 2020 hit singles titled Wine, Owo and Skata which featured heavy weight artists such as Demmie Vee and Phelo Bala that established him as a household name.
The Olorunsogo Ibadan, Oyo State born superstar has eight singles to his name and does not seem like he is stopping any time soon. All his singles were successful and were well received by his wide base of fans across the country and the whole of Africa at large. He is dedicated to rejuvenating the AfroBeat music genre while pushing boundaries and adding new sounds to it. He aims to bring together all African tribes in creating music.
His career dates to his early teenage hood although he only managed
to release his first single titled Bank, a Hip-Hop track in 2013 which
helped to establish his music career. Getting his inspiration from
everything that is happening around him and from music legends like Fela
Kuti, Wizkid and Ebenerzer, the 30-year-old singer songwriter is set to
be a force to be reckoned with in the music industry as he hopes to
inspire upcoming artists and to promote talent in
youngsters. He has recently featured on the MFR Souls Album, “Musical Kings” on the song titled, “Never Leave Me” and he’s set to drop his first single for the year, “Monii” featuring Kammu Dee right before the release of his EP.
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