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AML New Talent: TPOPS – Listen to his New Music ‘Grind’ @iam_tpops (Audio)

Ogunsola Oloruntobi David aka TPOPS is a Nigerian born multi-talented singer, emcee, songwriter and a poet studying Estate Management & Valuation in Nigeria. He has worked with so many talents in Nigeria, Uganda, South Africa, United Kingdom and also in the USA. He is currently working on his 1st Studio Album ”UncivilizedNigerian” as an Afro-pop artist under his new label APRIL GANG.

APRIL GANG RECORDS is a consortium of young and dynamic enthusiasts who have an endless passion for music and have carved a niche in e-distribution and digital rights management to breath fresh air into Nigeria’s music business. Headed by one of Nigeria’s youngest online entertainment millionaires, Ola Ajibola, the president and founder of LyricsJungle and gistoven.com, APRIL GANG RECORDS is set to birth a new era where artiste work, play and earn.

Tpops who just signed a record deal with APRIL GANG RECORDS debuts his single titled “Grind” and is set to release his follow up hit “SALUBATA” in a few weeks.

Listen and tell me what you think.

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