Dapo ‘D’banj’ Oyebanjo, the award-winning Nigerian singer, has put out ‘Stress Free (Chapter One)’, his highly anticipated album.


In the body of work, which was released on Friday, the singer enlisted the help of Seun Kuti, son of Fela Kuti, the late Afrobeat legend; and Burna Boy, the Grammy-winning Afropop star.

The 8-track project contains songs like ‘Ikebe‘, ‘Open the Roof’, ‘Avocado’, ‘Zombie’, ‘Banga‘, ‘Big Vibe’, ‘Welcome to Lagos’, and ‘Stress Free’.

The 27-minute album also taps stupendously from the Afrobeat sound made popular by Fela while also featuring the creative efforts of Kay Switch and Teni, Nigerian singers.


‘Stress Free’ is coming on the back of the success recorded by ‘King Don Come’, D’banj’s 2017 hit project.

In a post on his Instagram page, the singer revealed that it took him about two years to put the album together.


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“I’ve been told that you can’t live a #Stressfree life without going through stress and that if only you hang in there you would move from the #Stress into the free part and that’s why with joy in my heart. I’m grateful to God and to Everyone that made this Album Come to life,” he wrote.


“I can’t thank you all enough. It took us more than 2 years or more to put this together and I know how hard and difficult it is Because I already planned the release of Stressfree for my birthday last year but the most stressful season in my life came unexpectedly but thank God for the grace to scale through and today finally it’s out.”

With numerous awards and recognition, D’banj has established himself as a prominent figure in the global music industry.



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