The much anticipated 12 tracks Album dropped sometimes in August 2017
after the music Star himself revealed the tracklist earlier through
his Instagram page.
” King Don Come” is D’Banj’s 4th studio album, I suppose we all cannot
forget quickly how his partnership with former boss, friend, producer
and partner flourish so much but then Kanye West happened.
The koko Master as he’s fondly called among his fans had moved on from
the Mo’hits saga and his “D kingsmen” 2013 album which contained good
joints, depending on our individual point of view.
Fast forward to 2017 Bangalee is here ” king Don Come” and the album
contains 12 tracks and features Gucci Mane, Wande Coal, Kayswitch,
Phyno, Harrysong Et Al.
Delivering masterpiece performance on El Chapo is Gucci Mane and Wande
Coal. It’s a typical D’Banj kind of song considering how the visual
looks with him living large and having everything at his disposal.
What more can we behold through El Chapo , maybe not much.
But then, Bangalee redefinition of Afrobeat music took another turn as
he performed TRAP MUSIC on this track titled El Chapo
Egweji is another fantastic song on the album, it features Phyno on it
and it’s sounds like “Egweji” is another name Bangalee has given
himself in Igbo dialect. To some, it’s their best on the album
apparently it certainly makes us remember how D’Banj uses his
Harmonica in those days.
There are two bonus tracks, Emergency and Oliver Twist, these two
tracks have been around for a while now but they certainly make a good
addition to the other 10 songs on the album.
We apparently cannot give you all the load down here, you have to feel
all the songs on ” King Don Come ” by D’Banj . It’s available on
iTunes, Tecno Boom Music player and other online music streaming
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