Nigerians go 'crazy' over singer Fireboy's new album Apollo

Nigerians go 'crazy' over singer Fireboy's new album Apollo

- Singer Fireboy released his new album called Apollo on Thursday, August 20

- Nigerians have taken to social media to talk about the album

- Many hailed Fireboy, saying that the album could bring home a Grammy

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Nigerian singer Adedamola Adefolahan popularly known as Fireboy has got Nigerians talking on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter.

People are discussing how awesome the singer's latest album called Apollo is. This was just a few hours after the Jealous crooner released his latest creative work of art.

Apollo is Fireboy's second studio album and it has 17 tracks which feature Olamide, his music label boss, and singer Wande Coal.

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Singer Fireboy releases new album Apollo. Source: @fireboydml
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The Omo Ologo crooner took to his social media page to announce that his album would be out on Thursday, August 20.

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A few hours after release, the singer's album is already trending at number one on Nigeria's Twitter.

According to some people, Fireboy can now stand in the same league with Davido, Wizkid, and even Burna Boy who calls himself the African Giant. They noted that Fireboy's Apollo album could bring home a Grammy award.

Others hailed Olamide for his investment on Fireboy. They noted that the Go-Low crooner is his greatest investment.

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In other news, earlier reported that rapper Olamide flooded IG with photos of his son Tunre as he celebrated his first birthday.

Olamide posted a series of photos that took his fans through the past few months of having his baby boy around.

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The first slide captured Tunre just a few weeks after his birth and this was followed by another slide in which the celebrant was spotted playing with his elder brother, Miliano.

In another story, the rapper said Mo'Hits record was one of the best things that happened to the music industry.

According to the Science Student crooner, they gave Nigerians good music and how to carry others along. Olamide went ahead to state that even if the group never came back, he has Don Jazzy and D'banj, alongside the rest of the team, to thank for motivating people like him.

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