Anthony Victor, the fast-rising Nigerian rapper better known as Victony, has come through with ‘Many Man,’ his highly anticipated single.

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The 20-year-old premiered the song on ‘A Colour Show’ before releasing it on streaming platforms.

The new track comes barely a month after the singer released ‘Outlaw,’ his second studio extended play (EP).

In the less than four-minute song, the ‘Apollo’ crooner reflects on his struggles to become a musician.

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“Back when/ When a royal rumble thing go down/ Inna the hood with boys them/ So jah jah’s anointing/ Fall steady pon me head/ Yunno back when/ So me ah wanna reminisce tonight/ Bout things for me life,” he sings.

In April 2021, Victony and his friends were involved in a ghastly car accident while returning from a birthday party hosted by Oxlade, another fast-rising singer.

The auto crash left one person dead while other persons were severely injured.

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He thereafter underwent surgery following the injuries which put him in a wheelchair.

Victony is signed to Mainland Block Party, a record label owned by Tobi Mohammed.

Listen to ‘Many Man’ below:

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