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I have failed more than I have won…Phyno says in new album

Prolific and deeply talented artiste, Azubuike Chibuzo, popularly known as, Phyno in the slogan of his fourth album said that he has failed more than he has won, but every win has turned his failures into lessons.


While introducing his latest music album titled ‘Something To Live For’ to the world, he wrote “I have falled more than I have won But every single win covers all the fallures and make them lessons and experiences.. if I wiII do this all over again. I will enjoy every step in it more. It’s worth it It’s SOMETHING TO LIVE FORT” The super star singer may be using this quote to tell young dreamers that not even him who is a star have had it come easy.


With the first single from the album, ‘Stacks’, doing exceedingly well on all platforms, this well-put together collection of sounds is an echo of the mantra that Africa is home, motherland to all people.


Phyno is the infallible storyteller who takes stock of his accomplishments, his vulnerabilities and at the same time, encouraging ambition, perseverance in the face of uncertainty and against all odds; a compendium of life’s experiences in lyrics that tastefully capture these different emotional textures in all the tracks.


‘Something To Live For’ is a 16-tracked album that boasts of sensational songs; featuring seasoned artistes like highlife band,


“The Cavemen”, ace singers “Olamide”, “Peruzzi”, “Dsmoke”, “Jay Teazer”, “Flavour”, “Jdess”, “Pappy Kojo” “Anjulie” and “Bee Pee”.


From the crème de la creme of producers — Chillz, TYMG, Runcheck , Rexxie, Ransomebeatz , Eli, Soularge, Flengy and Masterkraft bringing their A-game in tracks: Chizoba ft The Cavemen, Winner, Onye Nwa, Belong To You ft Peruzzi, Stacks, I Do This ft Dsmoke, Aint Nobody ft Anjulie. Other tracks are Ghetto, Do You Wrong ft Olamide, All The Smoke, No Love ft Jay Teazer, Paracetamol, Love Me Right ft Jdess, Gold Medal ft Pappy Kojo & Bee Pee, Ike Pentecost ft Flavour and Bia, Phyno Fino comes correct to this party

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