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[Music] Skales – Inumidun

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Skales returns with a new Music titled “Inumidun”, produced by DTAC.

OhK music Boss, Skales release a brand new single – ‘Inumidun‘ to show the world the happiness in his heart. This a follow up record to ‘Badman Love Remix‘ featuring Tekno and the song he used to lead his voice on the Killings and Police Brutality – ‘Tell Us‘.

Raoul John Njeng-Njeng (born 1 April 1991), who performs under the mononym Skales, is a Nigerian rapper, singer, and songwriter. In 2000, he started writing rap songs in Kaduna. Between 2007 and 2008, In 2008, he entered the Zain Tru Search competition and won the competition’s North Central region.

His debut single, “Must Shine”, received numerous spin on the Rhythm FM stations in Lagos, Jos and Abuja. He later relocated to Lagos and signed a record deal with Empire Mates Entertainment in 2009. Skales has recorded over 200 songs and collaborated with numerous artists, including eLDee and Banky W. His well-known songs include “Shake Body”, “Mukulu”, “Komole”, “My Baby”.Skales established his record label, OHK Music in 2014, and released his debut album in 2015.

‘Inumidun‘ is a Yoruba word that mean I’m Happy. Skales releases this record to wrap up the year, It’s an Afrobeat-Amapiano sound, Listen and Enjoy below

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