P-prime releases ‘Come and See’ in conjunction with Teni Makanaki on Christmas day. 2020 has been quite a busy year for Teni. She released ‘Jo’, ‘The Quarantine playlist’ with DJ Neptune and did a couple of features with artists like Cuppy, Dr Dolol, Bad boy Timz, Orezi, Darey e.t.c
P-prime is the 18 year old wonder kid behind hits like Moelogo’s ‘Me’, Peruzzi’s ‘Southy love’, Fire boy’s ‘Like I Do’, ‘ Money Devotion’s ‘Gbasky’, Cuppy’s ‘Gelato ‘, Zlatan’s ‘Egungun’ and so many more. The producer who started music in church playing several instruments says he is always in search of new sounds for as music evolves, so does he.
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