Prolifik PLSOO – MD CEO (Album)

MD CEO (Album) by Prolifik PLSOO

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Prolifik PLSOO – MD CEO (Album) Audio

Talented Afrobeat kalakuta hitmaker, Prolifik PLSOO unlocked out artistic brilliance in new album “MD CEO

In addition, After thrilling his fans with his hit tracks, ‘Receive Sense’ and ‘You Say Wetin’, Afrobeat serial hitmaker Prolifik Plsoo has released a banger of an album tagged “MD CEO’.

Also, The six-singled project, a sensational collection of different sounds that depict who Prolifik is as an artist, opens with ‘Odeshi’ a slow song that recounts the daily challenges of the basic Nigerian and the decision to stay positive through it all.

Furthermore, ‘Energy’, the second track is a Fela Anikulapo-Kuti-inspired sound where the Afrobeat artist tells a story with a play on words in a rhythm that bounces of supreme instrumentation.

Prolifik creates such a jam in the project name song, ‘MD CEO’. Grassroots in all its essence, the ‘MD CEO’ song hits you with the raw Lagos essence, unveiling Prolifik’s gift of staying true to his vocal path when he tells his story.

Other songs on the MD CEO EP are ‘Tell Me’, whose hook is everything, and ‘No title’ (Shóti Get è), produced by Niphkeys; a song that is proudly filled with Yoruba slang and the rhythm, a winner.

Moreover, Closing out the album is the beautifully conceptualized and produced track, ‘Out of Control’. Quickly tipped to be a fan favorite, it is a love single tinged in a bit of highlife that showcases Prolifik’s versatility as a singer.

Ensconced in a magnetic rhythm, ‘Out of Control’ is one single that will always be in the replay. For this truly gifted artist, the instrumentation is everything and this is what amplifies him as a singer. With this album, Prolifik has flawlessly mastered the creative kalakuta sound which affords the extra that he brings to all the components of this body of work.

and, With no features and an array of top producers including Illkonnect, Skitter, Sossick, and Niphkeys, the Afrobeat artist who deftly modernizes Afro (Kalakuta) music using different types of beats reminisces: “I listened to a lot of Fela Anikulapo Kuti growing up via my dad’s playlist because he loved Fela at that time.

Finally, I remember him taking me to Fela’s concert at Lekki beach one time and this has always inspired my kind of music. I can also say I get inspired by people around me and most times, I’m inspired by the situations I find myself in”.

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