Cheque, Nigerian rapper and singer, has come through with ‘Call Me Baby’, his highly anticipated single


The 26-year-old musician announced the release of the song on his social media pages on Thursday, after days of intense teasing.

The less than a three-minute single, which comes with a lyric video, sees the rapper bearing his mind on the kind of relationship he desires.

While the song may be a figment of his imagination, the ‘Zoom’ crooner also talks about how he doesn’t want to be played on, even as he gives the “fictional” lady the authority to be the “boss who fires the shots.”


This is his second single of the year, after the massive success enjoyed by ‘History‘, a collaborative track with Fireboy, another fast-rising Nigerian vocalist. 

Cheque kickstarted his music career in 2015 while still in the university and was 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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