Ric Hassani, Nigerian R&B singer, has announced plans to release the deluxe edition of ‘The Prince I Became’, his sophomore album.


The 32-year-old songwriter took to his Twitter page on Friday to put out the tracklist of the new project — less than two months after the release of the original version.

Hassani further revealed that ‘The Prince I Became’ side B would be released on April 30 with a total of 16 tracks.

The songs in the deluxe edition bring the total number of tracks in ‘The Prince I Became’ album to 33.


The new project includes tracks featuring a league of musicians spanning Waje, Lady Lava, Ajebo Hustlers, Reekado Banks, Peruzzi, and DBYZ.

The singer had earlier spoken to TheCable Lifestyle about his experience making ‘The Prince I Became’ album.

“It was spectacular because the time I started recording was during the lockdown. I started recording on February 18 (2020). I had this whiteboard on which I noted it,” he explained, further narrating the challenges he faced.

“After then, the pandemic and lockdown happened. It was very difficult because I would normally have my choir come in. I get to go out and chill if the thing no dey enter and come back later to continue when it feels right.


“But it also made me really take a step back and really think about what I was doing. The downside was that I think it made the album a lot more emotional. It just made it really deep because I was stuck in my own space, thinking.

“It affected the album. That’s why a lot of songs on it felt the way they did. I wouldn’t have had it any other way.”

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