Ric Hassani, the Nigerian singer and songwriter, has put out his highly anticipated album titled ‘Afro Love’.


The musician took to his Instagram page to announce the release of the project on Friday.

In the 15-track body of work, Hassani enlists the vocal dexterity of Bayanni.

The tracks in the project include ‘I.G.D.T’, ‘Ngozi’, ‘For Instance’, ‘Oshe Mama’, ‘For Life’, ‘Angel of My Life’ and ‘I.L.U’.


Others are ‘Kaku-Late’, ‘Confidence’, ‘Call on Me’, ‘Love Again’, ‘Ayaba’, ‘Catch Cruise’, ‘I’m Falling in Love’ and ‘Amina’.

The singer had previously released ‘Ngozi’ and  ‘Amina’.

Hassani has continued to enjoy fame in the country’s music landscape with several projects which have fetched him awards and recognition.


The songwriter was nominated in three categories at the 2016 edition of the All Africa Music Awards.

He would also receive two nominations at The Headies 2016, including ‘Best Alternative Song’ for his track ‘Gentleman’.

The singer’s collaboration with Falz and Olamide on the song ‘Believe’ won ‘Best Collaboration’ at the Galaxy Music Awards in December 2018.

The album is Hassani’s fourth project. His three other bodies of works are ‘The African Gentleman’, ‘The Prince I Became’, and ‘The Prince I Became (Deluxe)’.



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