Ill Bliss Honors the late B-Elect and premieres new (EP) ILLOSOPHY on PGM Radio Show

It was an emotional interview as Ill Bliss stopped by the club to play us the new project Ilosophy which was executively produced by the late B-Elect, formerly of the Thorough Breds and a true veteran in the Nigerian Hip-hop community.

The show also had members of the Boom Bab Lounge share their respect and admiration for the late veteran.

Listen To IllBliss’ New “Illosophy” EP

Veteran Nigerian rapper and one of the most prolific, IllBliss, has released yet another project titled “Illosophy.” This comes just a few months after his joint “Illy-Zilla” project with respected hip-hop producer, TeckZilla.

This new EP is seven tracks long and features appearances from Uzezi, and the late B-Elect, IllBliss’ longtime friend and former crew member, to whom the project is dedicated. In fact, the second track on the EP, ‘Ruler’ #2‘ is a tribute to the late rapper and media personality.

Production-wise, the project is handled by some of the best hands in hip-hop, as Oga Boss recruits the expertise of Major Bangs, XYZ, TeckZilla and Black Intelligence on this project.

Tracklist for "The Illosophy

Tracklist for “The Illosophy” (Twitter/@illBlissGoretti)

In its own way, the “Illosophy” EP serves as a prelude to IllBliss’s long-awaited sixth studio album, “Illy Chapo,” which is set for release next month. In an interview with Pulse NG, IllBliss also revealed that he has another joint EP coming out this year, and this time it’s with the multi-talented producer, Bigfoot. Their joint ‘Nkali‘ is presumably the lead single off this coming project.

Nigerian Hip-hop Veteran B-Elect Is Dead

Nigerian hip-hop veteran and a member of the long-defunct hip-hop group, Da Thoroughbreds, B-Elect died yesterday, June 8, at the hospital after suffering a cardiac arrest.

He is best known for works with Da Thoroughbreds, an award-winning hip-hop group with other members like Elajoe, Obiwon, Chief Rocka, MGB and Elajoe. He also released his solo debut “Hard Listeners” in 2013, and followed up three years after with “Gospel Truf.”

He has ever since served as an elder statesman and a big brother to many rising hip-hop acts. He also made several significant contributions to the struggling genre in Nigeria as a curator as well as an OAP of the Nairap radio show.

Many have taken to their social media pages to express their shock and sadness at the news of the passing of this much-beloved personality. Others have shared some of their unforgettable memories and encounter with the rapper.

Rest In Peace B-Elect.

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