Show Dem Camp Takes A Trip Down Memory Lane On ‘That Year’ With Sir Dauda

Nigerian rap duo, Show Dem Camp has come a long way. Right from their well-received debut album, “The Dreamer Project” in 2011, down to their latest, “Palmwine Express,” Ghost and Tec have seen it all. They’ve scored nationwide hits, had projects ignored by the mainstream, and again bounced back with the cultural and commercial successes of their Palmwine Music series. Right now, they are even selling out their own annual live show, Plamwine Music Fest.

It is all this and more they document on their latest release. Titled ‘That Year’, Show Dem Camp takes us on a quick trip through the years of their exploits in the Nigerian music space with this record. In fact, the single is dedicated to the “day 1’s” who have been following that journey from the very beginning.

Three long years after their ‘Live, Love, Laugh, Eat’ collaboration off the critically acclaimed “Clone Wars 3,” the pair reunites with the sweet-singing Sir Dauda for ‘That Year’. They also secured help from their longtime friend and collaborator, Ikon who produced the track.

‘That Year’ is Show Dem Camp’s first single of the year, coming five months since “Palmwine Express.” The star-studded album whose guestlist contains frequent collaborators BOJ, Ajebutter 22 and Ladipoe. It also features Nonso Amadi, Moelogo, Tomi Agape, Worlasi, Flash, Burna Boy, and Falana.

Enjoy the reflective single above and let us know what you think.


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