Jaido P, the fast-rising Nigerian indigenous rapper, has come through with ‘Shopla’, his sophomore extended play (EP).

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The emerging rapper took to his Instagram page on Thursday to announce the release of his second EP.

In an extensive caption that accompanies the announcement, Jaido P said that he decided to show his fans different variants of himself while noting that he has tried to adapt to divergent realities in the production and delivery of the project.

The 7-track project, which spans over 20 minutes, includes tracks like ‘Omolomo’, ‘My Level’, ‘Survive’, ‘Mama Mia’, ‘Tomorrow’, ‘Brokoto’ and ‘Tesina Pot’.

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The body of work also features the prowess of Olamide, Nigerian rapper, and Joeboy, another fast-rising singer.

“Yes it is finally here. SHOPLA, the EP is out everywhere now. On this EP, I decided to show you guys different variations of myself, the different ingredients that make up the Jaido P you all love,” he wrote.

“Over the past year, I have had to readapt to new realities as I’m sure a lot of us did too. Big ups to Joeboy, big thank you to all my producers, thank you for sharing your creative prowess with me on the project.

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“Major shoutout to my big bro Olamide. Thank you for all you do.”

In 2019, the ‘Run’ crooner released his debut album ‘SEH!’, featuring Chinko Ekun, Zlatan Ibile and Davolee.

Shortly after his first project, the rapper caught the attention of a number of music executives and lovers, including Olamide, who featured him on ‘Tesina Pot’.

Shopla, as he is fondly called, is a contemporary of the likes of Fireboy, Blakbonez, Fedora, and Cheque.  The talented artistes are part of generational talents who graduated from the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU).

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