Nigerian Afrobeat/Hip hop star Terry Apala has kicked off his year with a new banger called Bread & Beans featuring Afropop singer, Zoro. Bread and Beans is a classic hiphop soundtrack flavoured with a rhythmic afrobeat tune.
With just a few weeks into 2019, Terry Apala and Zoro have partnered in what seems like their greatest project so far, Bread and Beans. Though the cover art for the song takes on the literal meaning of the song title (a bowl of bread and beans), it’s clear that the song has a deeper hidden meaning.
Terry Apala is a creative hip hop master in Nigeria best known for winning the City People Music Award for Best Music Cover of the Year. He has released many covers songs from top artists around the world among them, Shape of You by Ed Sheeran. The Baca hitmaker is also famous for inventing the Apala hip hop music genre and has nicknamed himself the “Son of the Microphone”
Zoro, on the other hand, is a selfmade Nigerian Afrobeat/Reggae artist who first came into light after collaborating with Flavour and Phyno. Over the years, he has won several nominations, including the Best Indigenous Rapper, Best Rap Act at the AFRIMMA Awards, and Next Rated Artist at the Headies Awards. He also won the Best Afro Hip Hop Video Award at the NMVA Award after his hit song Ogene featuring Ycee, Flavour and Lil Kesh.
In their latest song, Bread and Beans, Terry Apala and Zoro showcase their creative rap talent in their first release for the year. Bread and Beans is produced by Ozedikus & T Boy and is available for download on all major digital music websites
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