Cheque, Nigerian rapper and singer, has come through with ‘Bravo’, his highly anticipated debut album.


The artist announced the release of the body of work on social media in the early hours of Thursday. 

The project, which consists of 13 tracks, enjoys collaborative efforts from music stars like Olamide, Fireboy DML, Ayra Starr and Jackboy.

History‘, ‘Call Me Baby‘ and ‘LOML’ had been put out as lead singles prior to the release of the album. The three tracks had also received massive attention and mixed criticisms.


Other tracks in the body of work include ‘Rockstar’, ‘Dangerous’, ‘No One Else’, ‘Blind’, ‘Body’, ‘Sweet Love’, ‘Change’, ‘Anybody’, ‘Pray’, and ‘Free’.

The title of the album seems to emanate from the impressive run the singer has continued to enjoy since the release of ‘Zoom’, his breakthrough track, in 2020.

Cheque began his music career in 2015 while still in university and was subsequently signed into Penthauze Records, a music label owned by Phyno, in 2019.


In July last year, he released ‘Razor’, his extended play (EP), which featured hit tracks including  ‘Zoom’, ‘Loco’, ‘Satisfied’, ‘Hollywood’ and ‘Odun.


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