Alfred Atungu, also known as “Six Foot Plus” said he has returned to the studio to record his much-anticipated album.
Atungu made this known in a telephone interview with NAN on Tuesday in Abuja.
The last time ‘E don do me’ hitmaker dropped a song was in 2015 when he released “Comeback Song”.
The Abuja-based rapper and poet who admitted that he has been out of touch with his fans appealed for patience.
“I was away for some time, but now I have got my act together to start recording; and I’m already working on the album.
“By the grace of God, it will be out soon; I want to urge my fans to keep their fingers crossed and watch out for my next album.
The artist who did not disclose the title said “the album will be full of surprises, which I would not want to mention now, but I assure that it will contain music for all”.
The Kaduna-born artist started writing songs in 1987; the focus then was on singing, even though attempts at writing rap songs had begun.
He worked with Solo D, the producer of Payback Tyme Records between 1992 and 2000 and released his first album, ‘Millennium Bugging’ in 2001.
The album contained hits like ‘Anwuli’, ‘Suwangee’, ‘Medicine Man’ and others.
He released another album ‘6 O’ Clock’ in 2006 with hit single ‘Carry go’ and many others.
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