The name Brodda Shaggi is certainly one that needs little introductions.
Samuel Animashaun Perry famously known as Brodda Shaggi has officially started his music career with the release of the song, "Fine Boy Agbero".
The renowed comedian came into spotlight in 2017 with his viral comedy skits on social media and has since then proven to be a master of the arts and also a true entertainer.
With the release of his EP(extended play record), Brodda Shaggi proves just how well he is grounded in entertainment.
He features Zlatan in Okoto which has since become his fan's favourite.
As stated by him, this new feat signifies the beginning of a more interesting side of him, one he is sure his fans will come to love.
He explains how passionate he is about Arts in general and making this body of work gave him much joy as acting, comedy and other spheres of entertainment he has been involved in.
According to him, it has been almost a year he started working on the project and he is excited that it's available for everyone to enjoy.
That his fans should be expectant of a whole mix of different vibes in the EP.
His journey into music does not affect his comedy skits in any way.
The EP is available for streaming and can be downloaded on all digital music platforms.
One can only hope he succeedes in this his new pursuit.
All the same his fans will always expect new materials from him.
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