Cheque, the Nigerian rapper and singer, has come through with his latest extended play (EP) titled ‘What Would You Do Without Me’.


The singer announced the release of the body of work across his social media pages on Friday.

The five-track project enjoys collaborative efforts from artistes like Phyno and Bella Shmurda.

Tracks on the body of work include ‘Skii’, ‘Glory Days’, ‘Paradise’, ‘Savage’ and ‘Sorry I Missed Your Call’.


Cheque, born Akanbi Bamidele Brett, began his music career in 2015 while still in university. He was then signed to Penthauze Records, a music label owned by Phyno, in 2019.

In 2020, the rapper put out an extended play ‘Razor’ which housed songs like ‘Zoom’, ‘Loco’, ‘Satisfied’ and ‘Hollywood’.

Cheque then released his debut album ‘Bravo’ in 2021 and ‘Chequemate’ EP in 2023.


In 2022, the rapper called out The Headies for “failing to recognize my style of music”.

“Another year and the Headies fail to recognize my music in the rap category, while melodic rappers like Durk and Roddy are idolized in the rap scene worldwide,” he had said.

“That’s why hip-hop has remained stagnant here but it is clam. I will still be dropping hits even if I do not get my flowers.”



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