The Flowolf is no new name in the Nigerian music industry, although still on the rise, his earlier released street anthem, Mafa Mafa afforded him affiliations with the likes of Davido, Peruzzi, and Mayorkun, all of whom he has shared features with, and, helped him secure a special place in the industry. The Flowolf’s signature sound is a unique fusion of disparate elements of Afro-pop projected in commendable husky vocals that have helped him stand out in the murky midst of similar artists. It is on the back of these elements that he returns today with the six-track The Full Moon, a metaphorical title that can be summarily described as an ode to his coming-of-age story.
With its persona-defining foundation, The Full Moon amplifies the uniqueness of The Flowolf’s sound and leaves no doubt that he’s likely to be tapped in 2021’s class of fast-rising and promising acts to watch out for.
Steeped in narratives that mirror his journey, The Full Moon, led by street anthem Mafa Mafa, is very much The Flowolf. Other tracks like Ko Ba Mi featuring Zlatan and the Dremo-assisted My Other Pillow, speak to The Flowolf’s comfortability in his potential star power and his desire to be relevant in the spaces that matter.