Flavour shines with majestic aura in 8th album 'African Royalty'


Venerable Nigerian singer-songwriter, Flavour, has at last unveiled his latest musical offering, the much-awaited album entitled African Royalty. The new project lives up to its regal title and also serve as a captivating showcase of Flavour's majestic aura, radiating through each track with a brilliance that captivates the senses.

Within the grand tapestry of African Royalty, Flavour's signature aura takes center stage, weaving a narrative that celebrates the richness and resilience of the African spirit. The album's twelve tracks further exhibits Flavour's ability to seamlessly navigate diverse musical landscapes while maintaining a thematic cohesion that pays homage to the enduring African majesty.

Embarking on the musical journey, the listener is greeted by the first track, Woman King, a track that exudes a powerful message of strength and empowerment. The opulence of Big Baller adds a touch of grandeur, creating a sonic experience that is both lavish and immersive. Collaborating with The Cavemen on Osiso Osiso, Flavour elevates the album with a fusion of musical styles, creating a dynamic synergy that resonates throughout.

African Royalty is not merely an assortment of songs; it is a deliberate curation that pays homage to the multifaceted beauty of African culture and its people. Each track unfolds like a chapter in a regal story, offering a glimpse into the artist's soul and his profound connection to the continent that inspires his creativity.

Enriching the album further are the collaborative efforts with remarkable talents such as The Cavemen, Efya, and Ejyk Nwamba. These guest appearances serve as harmonious threads, seamlessly woven into the fabric of the album, enhancing its depth and providing a diverse range of musical perspectives.

Released under Flavour's own record label, 2Nite Music Group, African Royalty is a declaration of artistic autonomy and a celebration of cultural heritage. It stands as a testament to Flavour's enduring legacy in the Nigerian music scene and his unwavering commitment to crafting music that transcends borders.

Listen to the African Royalty album here.