Rapper drops 'Baba Hafusa' album today

The star released his previous album ‘Alaga Ibile’ in 2013, and has finished work on his current album which will be unveiled on Thursday, April 30, 2015.

'Baba Hafusa' album artwork

Top Nigerian rap act Reminisce has released his third solo effort ''. The new album was released earlier today at a special edition of the weekly 'Industry Nite' concert.

The star released his previous album Alaga Ibile’in 2013, and has finished work on his current album which he has released today, Thursday, April 30, 2015.

‘Baba Hafusa’ is a 16-track LP which features collaborations with a number of artistes including Vector, Ice Prince, Sossick, Phyno, Olamide, Sean Tizzle, and Sojay.

Earlier Reminisce had confirmed the release date of the album. He made this known in a post on Instagram which bore the message: ‘The wait is over! #BabaHafusa (the album) 30APR2015.’

Reminisce has already released two singles from the project. They are 'Tesojue' released in August, 2014, and 'Local Rappers' featuring Phyno and Olamide.

The album can be purchased on online stores and in record shops.

The tracklisting for 'Baba Hafusa' is as follows:

1. GRIND ft SOJAY2. BABAHAFUSA3. SAIDA4. SKILASHII5. GBAMILAGO ft SEAN TIZZLE6. I NEED A GIRL7. OLOMOGE8. LOCAL RAPPERS ft PHYNO & OLAMIDE9. TESOJUE10. ALAGBARA ft SOSSICK11. OTIYA12. KOSOSHI13. BUSAYO ft ICEPRINCE14 NOTHING ft SOJAY & VECTOR15. OUTRO16. LET IT BE KNOWN (bonus)

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