Dice Ailes breaks hiatus with new single 'Dicey Baba'


After a two-year hiatus, award-winning artist Dice Ailes is back with a bang, ready to reintroduce himself with a bold new single, Dicey Baba. The self-proclaimed anthem is more than just a song; it's a reinvention and a testament to his evolution as an artist.

Dicey Baba opens with a powerful sample of Fela Anikulapo's iconic 1986 track, Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense, immediately setting the stage for a track that challenges the status quo. The song then morphs into an instant club anthem, pulsating with energy and infectious beats.

This single marks a departure from Dice Ailes' previous releases while retaining his signature swagger. He doesn't shy away from his braggadocios style, heard in hits like Alakori and Money Dance. However, in Dicey Baba, he takes it a step further, positioning himself as a savior, not just for his fans, but for the entire music industry.

By referencing "oppressive teachers," Dice Ailes throws playful shade at his peers, suggesting they've lost their way. He, on the other hand, is here to inject fresh energy and innovation, offering an alternative path with his unique sound.

Dicey Baba seems to be more than just a song, it's a statement. It's a declaration of Dice Ailes' return, his growth, and his ambition to shake things up. It's the perfect re-introduction for fans who have been eagerly awaiting his return.

Listen to Dicey Baba here.