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Nigerian Rapper; Phyno Releases New Song Titled ‘Bia’

Nigerian Rapper; Phyno Releases New Song Titled ‘Bia’

Fans hail Phyno on new song ‘Bia’

Nigerian indigenous rapper, Chibuzor Azubuike, popularly known as Phyno, has thrilled his fans with his latest single, ‘Bia’, translated as ‘come’ in Igbo language.

The song, which was released alongside its video on Friday, based its message on gratitude to God.

The song was produced by Masterkraft and the video was directed by Patrick Elis.

Following the release of the song, fans have taken to Facebook to hail the singer for his latest hit.

A fan, Charles Okechukwu, wrote, “This guy is too good. All his songs are hit tracks right from when he started back to back. Keep up the good work, Phyno the phenomenon.”

Another fan, Dubbest Anthony, said, “Phyno fino, I really love this song! Immediately I saw your tweet on Twitter boom! I downloaded ,hyped and shared it.

“My main joy is you have really taken igbo language far and near. Ezegeigbo to the world.”

Another fan, Marcelo Junior, wrote, “King Phyno, I have been waiting to hear the melody in your voice and finally the day has come.”

“Nice song. To God be all the glory. Thank you for using lgbo language in most of your songs. We are proud of you,” Chidimma Nwakamma said.

Expressing love for the song, Enderline Jerlnny wrote, “I can’t stop playing it. I wake earlier just to make sure I play that song.”

The song is on 🔥🔥🔥. Phyno did justice to it. We are super proud of you. In all we need to be grateful to God for everything.

Please enjoy the video below:

Source: Punch

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