RAJI Music, a Nigerian musical group, has come through with ‘Bobo’, its latest single.

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The group, which is made of Baba Raji, Ayo Tori and Junzy, announced the release of the project alongside its visuals in a statement on Friday.

The project fuses the lively talking drums and traditional percussions of the Nigerian Fuji sound and the bouncy and rhythmic hi hats and speaker booming 808 UK Drill sound.

According to the statement, ‘Bobo’ was inspired by ‘Consolidation’, a song by Wasiu Ayinde, Nigerian Fuji star better known as K1 De Ultimate or Kwam1

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The song will be recognised as the birth of Fundrill, a new sub-genre of music, introduced by the group.

It is also the first single off ‘The Realm’, the group’s forthcoming project, billed for release in January 2021.

“With this project our main aim is to take the listeners to ‘The RAJI Realm’, ‘Bobo’ is just a taste of what the Rajification process will be like,” the group said.

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The Afro – Irish trio have continued their slow but steady rise to prominence in the Afro-fusion genre.

They write, vocalize and produce all their music with ease. The group also has a knack for effortlessly blending their sound with different genres and remaining authentic and original.

DOWNLOAD: ‘Bobo’ By Raji Music

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