The well-regarded Mavins Record artist and Nigerian singer-songwriter Crayon has released “The One (Chop Life),” another catchy song.
Redmond Oscar, better known by his stage names Crayon or Cray cray, is a very gifted Nigerian Afro-pop musician who was born in Lagos State. On November 21st of the year 1998, he was born.
He signed a record deal with Mavin Records in the year 2019, which aided in the beginning of his music career but didn’t look particularly new. In the year 2019, his debut single, So Fine, pleased many and drew admirers to him.
Right now, his net worth is at least $40,000.
He utilized the musical skill of the exceptionally gifted South African musical group Yaba Buluku Boys in this song.
Also, this timeless song serves as a sequel to his earlier single, “Crayon – Ijo (Laba Laba) Remix,” which also includes Camidoh, Focalistic, and Costa Titch.
We’ve seen several breakthroughs for new musicians that enter the industry using freestyle videos to preview what they have in store for us because of the abundance of skills emerging from the streets.
The well-enchanted tune is the most recent entry this year after previously published tracks.
I’m expecting the Afro-classic crooner will succeed thanks to the success of this album.
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