Chike, the Nigerian singer and songwriter, has come through with his anticipated album titled ‘The Brother’s Keeper’.


The 29-year-old finally released the body of work in the early hours of Thursday.

For his second studio album, Chike enlists help from artistes such as Ycee, Flavor, and Azana.

The tracks on the album are ‘On The Moon’, ‘Tell Am’, ‘Spell’, ‘My Africa’, ‘Hard To Find’, ‘Winner’, ‘Bad’, and ‘Zamo’.


Others include ‘Pour Me A Drink’, ‘You Deserve’, ‘Enough’, ‘Moving On’, ‘Good Things’, ‘God Only Knows’, ‘Nothing Less, Nothing More’, and ‘Please’.

The singer started his music journey in 2015 when he participated in Project Fame.

He then proceeded to The Voice of Nigeria, another music show, in 2016, where he became the first runner-up.


He signed with the Universal Republic the same year, where he released ‘Fancy U’, his debut single, with the music label.

Chike left the Universal Republic in November 2017 and then released ‘Beautiful People’, as an independent artist in February 2018 before he signed with Brothers Records.

He released his first studio album titled ‘Boo Of The Booless’ in 2020.

The singer is a graduate of Covenant University with a degree in Computer Engineering.


Chike made his acting debut as Mayoma Badmus on the Africa Magic showcase telenovela ‘Battleground.’


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