Fireboy DML releases his first official 2021 single, “Peru”

Fireboy DML, Nigerian musician, has released “Peru”, his first official single of the year 2021.

The Afrolife singer released the single “Peru” on Wednesday, July 21.

The new single produced by Shizzi is inspired by Peruzzi.

Also, this comes nearly a year after the Singer dished out his successful sophomore album, “Apollo”.

Fireboy, had earlier in the year released the visuals for Champion, featuring American rapper, D Smoke.

Champion is a track off Apollo, the singer’s 2020 album. It was produced by Pheelz while the music video was directed by TG Omori.

In the less than four-minute visuals, Fireboy could be seen displaying excessive admiration for himself as he sings, “I’m a king, I’m a legend in the making. I’m a champion. Champion, champion I’m a motherf***ing champion.”

Adedamola Adefolahan (born 5 February, 1996), known professionally as Fireboy DML, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter. He signed to YBNL Nation, a record label founded by Nigerian rapper Olamide.

In 2019, Fireboy DML released his debut studio album, ‘Laughter, Tears and Goosebumps’. He won Listener’s Choice and also got nomination for Song of the Year for “Jealous” at the 2020 Soundcity MVP Awards Festival.

Also, Fireboy DML describes his sound as ‘Afro-Life’ and said he writes songs that audiences can relate to. Alphonse Pierre of Pitchfork characterized his sound as “slow-groove pop” and said it “tells stories about love with the formulaic structure of a Hallmark Christmas romance”

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