Phyno’s second album ‘The Playmaker’ is finally out.
The 20 track album is packed with features from artistes like Burna Boy, Onyeka Onwenu, M.I, 2Face among others.
2016 has definitely been a good year for the rapper.
From having chart topping tracks like ‘Fada Fada’, ‘Pino’ and ‘Connect’, to headlining concerts in and out of the country; most recent being the 3 thrones concert. This album is the cherry on top.
The album is available on iTunes.
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