Boj and Lady Jay Mesh West African Languages Perfectly on Beautiful

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On Boj's debut album, Magic featuring Wande Coal, Olamide, Seyi Shay, Simi and more he finds his niche and sticks through out.

One mistake many acts make following a well accepted debut project is taking too long in delivering a follow up or in other circumstances, a poor follow-up. For Boj, the former is the case. 2012 saw him release his debut project, a mixtape tagged BOTM. Singles for what should have been a follow up project like Phantom and Paper were awkwardly spaced out never allowing Boj capitalise in the fashion he ought to and he existed within a cycle of rumors surrounding his next project, a mixtape which was supposedly dubbed The Alternative Route.

In 2016, he signed to HF Music and has been the face of the label since then. With the record deal came more discipline. At least, so it appears considering more material has been doled out and finally a new Boj EP titled Magic. The body of work shall feature YCee, Wande Coal, Seyi Shay, Ayo Jay, Fresh L and Lady Jay who he teams up with on Beautiful, the lead single off the EP.

On Beautiful, we are privy to a brilliant mesh of West African indigenous languages as Lady Jay principally sticks to her specialty, Ghanaian language Twi while Boj dominantly renders his lines promising to show real loving in Yoruba.

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