Allow me to re-introduce you to P.Fizzy, a superlative producer, writer-cum artiste who is largely responsible for most songs and sound coming from the New Era of South-South artistes. He is However, mostly recognized for his production works for Yung6ix. The chemistry between these two artistes have been extraordinary and traces back to the “Oleku Warri Remix” [with P.Fizzy on the hook and also added strings to the beat] that shot Yung6ix into limelight; P.Fizzy also produced Yung6ix‘s second single “Oh My Gosh“, the song has been adjudged to be the biggest Hip-Hop song in Nigeria in the last 10 months and went on to bag two Headies Nominations. The highly sort after producer recently just moved to Lagos and armed with a state-of-the-art studio has started work in essence. He is scheduled to drop his first official single soon.
But first, here is a teaser in form of a Chris Brown cover which is titled “Don’t Judge Me“; P.Fizzy laces beautiful vocals in a Nigerian way on the beat, while keeping the original theme of the song on the hook allowing Yung6ix to rap passionately about real life issues he faces as he rises fast in the Nigerian music industry. The song is dedicated to the 4 Aluu victims who were misjudged and their lives terminated in an embarrassing case of jungle justice recently in Southern Nigeria. | ENJOY!!!
- Rae’Em ft. Yung6ix – MAMA ROLL 2.0 [prod. by O’tee Beatz] (aceworldteam.com)
- 19th Street ft. Yung6ix, Skales ‘n’ Pope Da Hitman – OYA [Remix] (aceworldteam.com)
- Dr. Jazz – HEY BABY (aceworldteam.com)