Class Is In Session, Ajebo Hustlers Drop “Bad Boy Etiquette 102”

Dynamic multi-genre duo Ajebo Hustlers are back with their latest project, the aptly titled “Bad Boy Etiquette 102.”

Hailing from Port Harcourt, Nigeria, Knowledge (George Dandeson) and Piego (Isaiah Precious) have been steadily building a reputation for music that entertains and enlightens.

Formed in 2015, Ajebo Hustlers quickly established themselves as hitmakers with a message. Their debut album, “Kpos Lifestyle Vol. 1,” and the acclaimed EP “Bad Boy Etiquette 101” showcased their ability to blend slang, and hip-hop rhymes with social commentary.

Their 2020 single “Barawo” became a rallying cry during protests against police brutality, further amplified by a remix featuring Davido.

The momentum continued with the nationwide smash “Pronto” featuring Omah Lay. “Kpos Lifestyle Vol. 1” cemented their status as a creative force, weaving social commentary, while delivering it in layman’s terms for the wider audience.

On their latest offering, “Bad Boy Etiquette 102,” Ajebo Hustlers continues the exploration of love, ambition, and the universal struggles of the human condition.

The EP opens with the motivational anthem “Dreams II” featuring BlaqBonez and Zlatan. Using dreams as their compass, the song chronicles the pursuit of aspirations, urging listeners to persevere.

A shift in tone arrives with “Last Week” featuring Jeriq, confronting the harsh realities of addiction and the fight for recovery. Throughout the project, Ajebo Hustlers navigate contrasting themes.

“Wicked” explores the lure of temptation, while “Undecided” featuring Raebel tackles the complexities of relationships, capturing the internal struggle between commitment and independence.

“Kisses II” featuring Magixx explores heartbreak’s raw emotions and the path to healing. The many moods of love are further explored on “Sweet & Sour” featuring King Promise.

The EP concludes with the electrifying “Burn My Cable II” featuring Sarkodie. Ajebo Hustlers trade verses with the maestro Sarkodie.

Each track on “Bad Boy Etiquette 102” serves as a lesson, aiming to resonate with hearts and minds. Press play, class is in session.

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