Bad Boy Timz, the Nigerian singer, has come through with his debut album titled ‘No Bad Boy No Party.’


The music project was released on all streaming platforms in the early hours of Thursday.

In the album, the singer enlists the vocal dexterity of Olamide, Zlatan, BNXN and Shenseea.

The 11-track album consists of songs like ‘Igboro’, ‘Tossmitoss’, ‘Lockdown’, ‘Santorini’ and ‘Skelele’.


Other tracks in the body of work are ‘Pop (Alcohol Alcohol’, ‘On Me’, ‘I Salute’, ‘Move’, ‘Mental’ and ‘Make Sense’.

In 2021, Bad Boy Timz released ‘Skelele’, a track off the album featuring Olamide.

Born Olorunyomi Oluwatimilehin, Bad Boy Timz gained fame after the release of his hit song ‘Micheal Jackson (MJ)’ in 2019.


The singer has won awards and attracted recognition for his craft.

In 2020, he won the ‘Rookie of the Year’ category at The Headies and also the ‘Best New Act’ at the City People Entertainment Awards.

In April 2021, he bagged a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from the Bells University of Technology.

Last month, the singer revealed he was shot in the eye by assassins at age 9.


“I got shot when I was nine, in the nose and it affected this eye,” he said.

“They were assassins, they didn’t even stop the car, they just shot the bunnet and started spraying,

“It wasn’t a robbery and they were looking for an Igbo family. When they heard my mum say e je kin ko awon omo mi, they were surprised.

“It was me, my mum, my dad and my immediate older brother, it was just four of us in the car in Lagos, Mushin to be precise.


“They just overtook us and started shooting, they didn’t even tell us to stop and I got shot in the eye because they were targeting my dad’s head and it went straight into my eye.”


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