Flavour has been identified as one of the artists pushing the frontiers of highlife music and promoting a true African sound. Making his music debut in Nigeria in 2005 with the album N’abania, Flavour has continuously succeeded beyond all expectations.
Throughout his career, he has collaborated with a number of well-known artists, including Phyno, Diamond Platnumz, Fally Ipupa, Larry Gaaga, Theresa Onuorah, Semah G. Weifur, P-Square, and more. His discography includes seven studio albums and the accompanying videos that have received millions of views. Consolidating on the successes of his past projects, Flavour has released another single, Big Baller.
Foreshadowing his upcoming album, African Royalty, Big Baller offers a sneak peek into his upcoming album which arrives on December 1st. n a captivating tapestry of trumpet melodies, infectious cultural chorus, and Igbo drums, Big Baller celebrates the opulent lifestyle of wealthy Africans and enthrals listeners with its unique blend of highlife components. Appropriately timed for the holiday season, Big Baller blends in with the joyous vibe of the approaching December holiday, particularly resonating in Lagos and throughout Africa.
Flavour’s track record is impressive, especially following the release of his current single, Game Changer, which has garnered over 18 million views on YouTube and over 5.3 million plays on Spotify. Over the course of his ten-year career, Flavour has proven to be a versatile artist who can generate chart-topping sounds with worldwide resonance. Big Baller is certain to add to his historic discography. Notable songs like Nwa Baby, Ariva, and Time to Party have solidified his place in music history. Big Baller is another catchy treasure in Flavour’s ever-expanding catalog of singles that appeal to a large audience.